#NewRelase The Anonymous Girl by Holy Ghost Writer @SultanOfSalem
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against corrupt authorities mixed with master plans concocted from prison build
the suspense of this young woman's story.
precocious young woman uses prison computers to plot her future in the bundled
edition of That Girl Started Her Own Country and its direct sequel, The
Anonymous Girl. These two episodes of this series build mounting suspense about
the mysterious heroine's family lineage and future plans.
hide her identity, the titular girl uses aliases, such as Pippi Longstocking
and Ester Bilderberg, but she calls herself Zaydee among friends. A reactionary
moment with an FBI agent lands her in the Federal Detention Center in Miami.
There, a sympathetic prison guard facilitates Zaydee's occasional time away,
where she awaits trial for charges she insists are spurious. On these sojourns,
she orchestrates revenge on the two FBI agents responsible for her
incarceration and pursues romantic interests. While in prison, she sets in
motion a master plan to establish her own country, using her computer skills to
hack websites. Zaydee believes she possesses the resources to populate her
private domain solely with exceptional people like herself.
mysterious identity is compounded by the parallel story of her twin sister,
Lizee, who experienced a less nurturing childhood. Liz goes to London to visit
her lover, Lars, a computer expert sequestered in the office of a hacking
group. Unaware the two women are actually different people, Lars mistakes
look-alike Liz for Zaydee, who he claims to truly love. Hearing a menacing
noise at the office door, he tells Liz where to hide and gives her a box of
letters intended for Zaydee. This chapter ends in heightened suspense:
'Slipping through the small opening [within a wardrobe], she let the door close
behind her, sealing herself into the safe room.'
She explained to Ralfsson why this was a good time for this
business, that IPOs in the U.S. were drying up. “Consequently, I have a second
proposal for you. You transfer to me the controlling interest in these shells,
and buy from each company ten million dollars of stock. You will have a legal
minority interest in each company. Then, I will make those companies
Ralfsson would have thought it generous of Pippi under
different circumstances, and he kicked himself for getting nabbed by the Feds.
“But what if I don't have the funds and they were embezzled in turn from me, by
my partner Barduri?” He took a breath before continuing. “I have with me two
crooked hedge fund managers who will buy shares in shells. Will you let me have
something for helping you recoup your losses? Let me bring them over to join us
from that table over there.”
He glanced at the table where the agents sat. The business
suits made them look like they could be FBI agents, but otherwise they looked
“I don't care how the fuck you get my money back as long as
you get it back legally and without delay,” scolded Zaydee.
Ralfsson, now feeling confident, took a chance in going one
step further. “There is one condition,” he said, as Zaydee narrowed her eyes at
him. “As you know, I'm breaking the 'know-your-customer' anti-money laundering
laws by representing you without knowing your true identity. Therefore, if you
can’t properly identify yourself, I won’t lift a finger to help you. Of course,
you can go to the police, but if you do you will incriminate yourself.”
Zaydee's blood boiled. She sensed something afoot. There was
something awkward about his demand. “I'll deal with you on a different level
moving forward. You have been given a generous offer and have been forewarned.
You should not take the consequences of upsetting me so lightly.”