Danilo Halili was not an investigative journalist. He was simply a photographer who accompanied the publication’s news reporter to cover the city-wide festivities held in that town in Quezon. But his curiosity was piqued when he overheard something he was not supposed to hear. And we all know what they say about curiosity killing the cat…
Reviews and Features:
Olivia C on Amazon
What I enjoyed the most about reading this story was how I was transported into the dark side of the Philippines (without having to experience it for real!). Without giving away any spoilers, I just want to say I loved how the ending turned out and can’t wait for the next one!
Liana Smith Bautista on Will Read for Feels Feature + Video Interview + Review
Review by Yeyet Soriano on YSRealm.com
The pacing is tight and Georgette obviously has the knowledge about the military to pull this story off. I was engaged with the story from start to finish and was left wanting more. The introduction of the Les Dames des Fluers was a very welcome surprise for me, and I am already, in my head, anticipating the next stories that will come out of this series.
Author interview by Ana Valenzuela on alicekamatis.blogspot.com
Classified is a fast paced read, and you wouldn’t able to put it down until part of it was resolved. A gruesome murder will bring you in a dangerous adventure, ugly side of the government in the province.