The Treasure Hunt That Will Change Her Life

October 11, 2011
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Christine Nolfi

Birdie Kaminsky steals things for a living. And now Birdie is on her way to the little town of Liberty, Ohio where her plan is, she figures, to steal a treasure that’s been hidden since the Civil War.

How does she know about it? Because Birdie has a deliciously-cryptic clue passed down in her family for generations. And that’s just the first clue she uncovers, in her quest for riches and the good life that will surely follow.

But Birdie would also like to go straight. And she begins to discover a family history that may be worth far more than any ordinary treasure.

This all unfolds in Christine Nolfi‘s novel “Treasure Me.”

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2 Responses to The Treasure Hunt That Will Change Her Life

  1. October 21, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    Wow, Bill is really good, Christine. He does justice to your TREASURE ME. As you know I fell in love with Birdie and gave your book five stars.

    I really want to be on with Bill, but the SKYPE part throws me, so I can’t return the form. Boo-hoo… I’ve never SKYPEd and it intimidates me a bit. :-) I’ve been on TV and Judyth Piazza interviewed me on radio twice and felt right at home, but SKYPES???

    You sound great, hon, and since I hailed from Southeast Ohio (now in Sunny California) I relate to you and to Birdie.

    Wow! The more I listen, the more I like your interviewer. Bill is really a master of his domain. :-)

    Very interesting and clear too.

    Keep up the great work.

    Hugs – Betty Dravis

    • April 2, 2012 at 6:43 am

      Betty, many thanks for listening to the interview. I love that we both have Ohio roots in common–even though we’ve both moved to sunnier climes.

      If you ever want a bit of hand-holding while learning Skype, please let me know. I’m happy to help.

      Best,

      Christine

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