IS IT OKAY TO DO THE WRONG THING IF YOU'RE DOING IT FOR THE RIGHT REASONS?

Praise for Freudberg's previous work

Pulitzer Prize finalist and author of Little Big Man, Thomas Berger:  [Freudberg has] " ... a narrative drive and a sense of plot that seize the reader and do not let him go."

Boston Herald  "...Freudberg's characters have a single-minded way of hammering away at their goals until they either self-destruct or get what they want."

Associated Press  "...will keep readers riveted until the final page. Hollywood's leading actors should be asking their agents about this one. If a movie version turned out to be as riveting as the book, it would be a big winner." 

Kirkus Reviews "...succeeds...in painting a desperate and convincing picture of disease-peddlers and sufferers who have drifted off the deep end." 


Praise for Baby Please Don't Go
Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame, Top 100 Reviewer  "Frank Freudberg is a force of nature."
Amazon Reviewer "Maxine, Book Lover Cat Lady "Tight plot, thrilling twists and turns, complex characters, outstanding reveals - what more could you want. Highly recommended." 
Amazon Reviewer  J Kahele  
"This was so amazing... emotionally earth shattering...the author tugs at your heartstrings throughout the story and completely engulfs you..." 
Kirkus Reviews "...succeeds...in painting a desperate and convincing picture of disease-peddlers and sufferers who have drifted off the deep end."

About the Author

Frank Freudberg is a novelist, journalist and ghostwriter. He enjoys writing about underdogs and their battles with forces seemingly more powerful than they are -- and he likes watching the little guy prevail. Freudberg lives near Philadelphia and he's contributed to Reuters, Associated Press, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Der Spiegel and others. His work has been mentioned in many notable publications including Time, Newsweek, and The Guardian.

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        Lock is a dedicated investigator at Child Protective Services. An anonymous report of neglect comes in. He responds and finds the kids in good health. Lock concludes the report was a ruse, possibly part of a scheme to make Natalie Mannheim—the kids’ mother—look bad in an upcoming divorce trial.
      Natalie needs Lock’s expertise to help her win custody—and a multi-million-dollar divorce settlement. He realizes she doesn't have a prayer in court against her shrewd husband, and only Lock can help her now.
      Lock knows all about addiction, and he’s aware of the powerful hold Natalie has on him. But he can’t get her out of his head. Lock is caught between his commitment to take the high road and his burning desire to have a family. In this story of love, lust, deceit and murder, what Lock chooses to do will grab your imagination and never let go.

ALL LOCK GILKENNEY WANTS IS A FAMILY.
BUT HE’LL HAVE TO CROSS THE LINE TO GET ONE.



A NOVEL
FRANK FREUDBERG

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