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Agatha Christie goes missing for 11 days. Was she the pawn or the puppet-master? Was she kidnapped? Blackmailed? Having a nervous breakdown? Publicity for her next book? Or, could she have been involved in am international conspiracy? Possibly doing something so important that it resonates to this very day, something as important today as it was in 1926? To find out read, Roy Dimond’s Silence and Circumstance published by Untreed Reads.

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Reviews for Silence and Circumstance

“Imagination is a wonderful thing. Roy Dimond has it.” “It’s the kind of world Agatha Christie would create. Now Dimond has done it as well.” “This is one journey you definitely want to take. You’ll be glad you did.”… Venture Galleries

“Never heard of this spin before, really, really interesting.” “Intriguing cover.” “Love this book, great story.” “Really an ultimate original concept… this is really, really special.” “Tons of fans will want this.” “Awesome wicked cool book… someone will turn it into a movie.” “Thank you for having an original idea!”   … … Webb Weaver Books Blog, Talk Radio, C. K. Webb

“With talk about a screenwriter creating a TV series with Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini, I shouldn’t be surprised that someone thought about making Agatha Christie a fictional character as well… “Silence and Circumstance,” by Roy Dimond, could be the meta-mashup of the year. According to a Florida newspaper, Dimond has stuffed this thriller with every boldfaced name of the 1920s:” “ Give Dimond credit: It’s a high-concept ‘what if’ that’ I’ve never seen before.”… Planet Peschel

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