Unidentified Woman—a story of rape, revenge, and redemption—follows a young
Mexican girl, Maria Sanchez, who is kidnapped on her way to school one morning. She is
enslaved and repeatedly, brutally raped by paying customers, mostly Americans. But she
survives and grows up to become an independent young woman living in Los Angeles. She
tracks down all those men who wronged her, exerting a deadly, unusual punishment.
On her footsteps, following the police and FBI’s failure to capture her is a reluctant,
amateur private investigator, Gideon Gold: a former commander of an elite Israeli
paratroops unit and a Mossad secret agent. His frantic pursuit of her takes unexpected
twists and turns, culminating in a dramatic, compelling game of cat-and-mouse, which will
change both of their lives forever.
Hillel F. Damron was born in Israel to parents who survived the Holocaust. He was an
officer at an elite paratroops unit and was wounded in battle. He studied films at the
London Film School and became a film director of TV documentaries, a feature film, and
numerous video shorts. He is the award-winning author of a Sci-fi novel, short stories
and film reviews. His novel Very Narrow Bridge, a first in the series of Gideon Gold’s
Investigation, was published last year.
This year in February he was awarded Moment Magazine’s prize for winning its memoir
contest with his entry: The Sweet Life. Unidentified Woman, his second novel in the series of
Gideon Gold’s Investigation, will be published throughout the E-reader Universe.
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