In what was once my debut novel (and favored baby I’d nurtured for years), The Unforgivable: My Argentina has just been rereleased. It’s the same story with minor editorial updates, and repackaged. These things occur when contractual terms are fulfilled between an author and a publisher. The rights have reverted to me, and so here is the newly published second edition of my long lost love.
If you have not yet read this Christian-romance-meets-political-intrigue-international-mystery-and-crime novel, the price point will stay at 99 cents for a while – so go ahead and grab a copy now. Reviewers have classified this work as a daring, thought-provoking book. It’s truly a different kind of love story.
Accused of the worst war crimes in the history of Argentina, Carlos Cornella is despised by a wounded nation....
“I'm in love with a monster. That's what people call him anyway: monster, murderer, kidnapper, torturer, sociopath, even the devil. His crimes are so terrible that he may be unforgivable. But I have come to know him as something else. I know him as God's Treasure. And I'm not sure what to do about that. So, here's my story.”
is a storyteller, and a transcript editor. She's also a Romans 8:28 kind of Jewish girl ...