The Price (2nd Edition)

The Price (2nd Edition) by Janice Madden

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Description

Published initially in 2008 as The Price, this book raised many questions concerning the death of my aunt Eva Madden and lead me to visit New Zealand to gather the facts surrounding what happened to her and to talk about a forgotten part of NZ history.

Since that time of the books first release I have had tremendous feedback and encouragement to investigate turning the book into a movie and to this end will be re titling the next edition 'No Peace for Eva'.

Anyone interested in becoming involved in producing the this move are welcome to make contact with me via email - janice.madden@yahoo.com.au

Book Information

  • Published: 2016
  • Type: Paperback
  • Author: Janice Madden
  • ISBN: 978-0-9946121-0-6
  • Reviews
    In The Price, Janice Madden's consummate skills as a world class writer become apparent, as she takes the facts of Eva's life, the life of a simple servant girl in Edwardian England longing to break the chains of servitude and experience the world.

    Accumulated over years of meticulous research of the facts she weaves them into such a powerful story that it will hold you in its grips from start to finish.

    This is a true story of great importance to the history of New Zealand.

    Dr. Andrew Melville-Smith.

What others are saying

It took but a streak of happenstance, a clue in research diggings, to turn 'The Girl from Crewe' into a sleuth with a mission.

Janice Madden's passion to solve the mysteries of her murdered aunt have delivered not only a form of family resolution for sweet Eva Madden but a ripping good yarn with history at its core.
Samela Harris , Senior Features Writer, Advertiser Newspapers Pty Ltd
Welcome to the world of Eva Madden, the life of a simple servant girl in Edwardian England longing to break the chains of servitude and experience the world. Janice Madden uses her mastery of the English language to bring Eve to life, drawing you into her world and sharing her toil, dreams, travels, love and death with you in such a powerful way, that leaves you feeling that really know Eva.

In, The Price, Janice's consummate skills as a world class writer become apparent, as she takes the facts of Eva's life, accumulated over years of meticulous research, and weaves them into such a powerful story, that it will hold you in its grips from start to finish.
Dr. Andrew Melville-Smith., buyer/reader