Hiding in Plain Sight – A fragment from the epic saga: THE SPELL OF VAUGIRARD

Odette TogetherUpon the transfer of dynasty power, a young child becomes a deadly weapon in a global fight over a new interactive global tool.  Odette Rae is inscribing a message in her notebook that can only be revealed in Washington D.C. Will her decoded message make it to its destination?  Her NY relative, the star, Rachel Barrington has just been strangled for stumbling on the same string of data.
Until this day, the Barrington ancestral data was hidden as a puzzle, along the famed Rue de Vaugirard in Paris, France. Suddenly the puzzle is coming alive in the city, forming a secret pattern, a trademark that can be read and duplicated on any mobile device, by any Barrington character.
To find out more about the dance of this dynasty’s trademark data, texting round the world, open chapter one in the prequel book THE SKELETON SCORE.  Find out about the U.S. fight for ownership over this new and dynamic technology, MEND™ – musical encode decode.

4 thoughts on “Hiding in Plain Sight – A fragment from the epic saga: THE SPELL OF VAUGIRARD

  1. billbodonavich

    Mardi Hill hits another home run.
    THE SPELL OF VAUGIRARD would make for an award winning two-hour three-night miniseries.
    This is an epic tale that can only be told with the likes of the world class author, Ms Mardi Ellen-Hill.
    THE SPELL OF VAUGIRARD will cast it’s spell on you, as you follow the saga of MEND that follows a family through generations into the future.
    Just know, once you enter the world will never be the same.
    You must experience The Spell of Vaugirard.

  2. Mend is amazing! The value of these articles are extraordinary. This could be the beginning of a whole new genre in literature, and may also pave the way to new styles of creative writing!

  3. Rufus T. Firefly

    Mardi, Once again, it’s fun to read and a joy to play. As Scrooge says, “I don’t deserve to be this happy.” — Bruce P

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