Outskirts Press Announces the Release of the New Book, "The Broadhurst Manor Curse," by Gloria Vago

Denver, CO, August 01, 2006 --(PR.com)-- The Broadhurst Manor Curse is a classic tale, where dark and stormy nights always bring misfortune, and just when you think you have figured out the key to the mystery, you find another plot twist behind a locked door.

When 14-year-old Constance Martin loses her mother and father in a car accident, she is transported to Broadhurst Manor, where she is put in the care of an aunt whom she has never known. Aunt Ellen is a nasty woman whose abusiveness toward the girl knows no bounds. The blessing for Constance comes the day she is packed off to a private boarding school. Then one day she receives a phone call from an attorney telling her that her aunt has died and she must return to Broadhurst Manor. When Constance arrives she learns that not only has she inherited the house but all of her aunt’s millions. Into Constance’s life comes love, a disappearance, a murder, and a relative who demands his share of the inheritance—or else. Surely there is a curse at play after all.

As a world traveler, author G. Graham Vago had no trouble recreating the places where her mystery story plays out. Though The Broadhurst Manor Curse begins in a traditional American setting, as it unfolds, it does so against the stunning backdrop of Europe’s elite cities: London, Paris, Vienna, and Zurich.

Vago was born in Michigan then moved to California, where she met her husband, a Hungarian émigré. Repeatedly encouraged by friends to try her hand at writing, she says The Broadhurst Manor Curse came about as a result of sitting down one day and letting it all pour out. The moral to the tale? “No matter how many obstacles life throws on your path, you can always rise above them with courage and an optimistic attitude.” Vago currently is contemplating a sequel.

Book Statistics
ISBN(s): 1598004964
Retail Price(s): $12.95
Size and Format(s): 6 x 9 Paperback
Page count: 348
Availability: Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, www.outskirtspress.com/broadhurstmanor

Author Contact:
Gloria Vago
115 Bear Track Drive
Nashville, TN 37221 
Phone: 615.662.8182
Email: otto.vago@comcast.net

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