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Finding Virgil by Frank Freudberg


Get inside the mind of a serial killer as you never have before.

Is Martin Muntor a villain or a victim? Can you picture yourself rooting for a madman to succeed in an ingenious plot to kill hundreds of people?

It’s 1995, and the tobacco industry thinks it’s invincible. But is it?

Second-hand smoke gave Muntor lung cancer, and he’s mad. Very mad…and he’s not going to go quietly.

Muntor devises a lethal plan to put the cigarette companies out of business, and he doesn’t care how many people have to die in order to make that happen.

Hapless private investigator Tommy Rhoads has to find Muntor, and fast. But that’s not going to be so easy. Muntor’s smart and has nothing to lose, and the FBI doesn’t want Rhoads’s help.

Rhoads has a lot at stake – personally and professionally – and he’s desperate to stop the killer.

Who will prevail? Big Tobacco or the dying madman?

Read Find Virgil now, and go along for the wild ride. You’ll never forget it.


Frank Freudberg is a novelist, journalist, and ghostwriter. His writing has appeared in Reuters, Associated Press, USA Today, Der Spiegel, the Los Angeles Times, and other local newspapers. In addition, his work has been mentioned in many notable publications, including Time, Newsweek, and The Guardian. He particularly enjoys writing about underdogs and their battles with bigger, seemingly unbeatable forces and then watching them prevail. As a devoted father, he keeps his teenage son informed about the dangers of smoking, e-cigarettes included. Freudberg lives near Philadelphia. He is currently working on his next novel.


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1 thought on “Finding Virgil by Frank Freudberg”

  1. Thank you so much for the time and effort you put in to your post about “Find Virgil.” I really appreciate it. As you can imagine, getting recognition is important for any author and for the success of a book. Also, I’ve now discovered AR Book Corner, and I’ve marked it as a favorite, so I’ll be enjoying it from now on. Again, thanks.
    Best regards,
    –Frank Freudberg


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