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Mira, Apr 2005, 7.50, 384 pp. ISBN: 0778321614 Twenty-five years ago someone kidnapped two year old Olivia Sealy after murdering the child's parents. Her grieving wealthy grandfather Marcus hears nothing after dropping off the ransom money. However, two months later, Olivia is found at a mall; the police arrest Foster Lawrence, who picked up the ransom money. He spent the next twenty-fives years behind bars, but has just been freed. In Lake...
Jackson Rule
Jackson Rule has just been released from years in prison for murder. He is planning to find a nice quiet uncomplicated job, and lead a nice, quiet, uncomplicated life. He helps a young lady, a pious preacher's daughter, who is having trouble with her car. She ends up hiring him to help in her landscaping business, even though he honestly tells her he was just released from prison. She finds him interesting, capable, and worthy of a second chance. Her fat...
Mimosa Grove
Mira, Apr 2004, 6.99, 384 pp. ISBN: 0778320294 Laurel Scanlon has inherited the curse of sight, a maddening skill passed through matriarchal lines to the next generation's eldest female. Her father refuses to believe in this paranormal skill so the so-called gift sent her mother off the deep end as he really was not there for her or for that matter Laurel. To keep herself sane, Laurel avoids love, as she fears the outcome. Laurel inherits fr...
The Perfect Lie
Mira, May 2003, 6.99, 384 pp. ISBN: 1551666758 Sixteen years ago in Bel Air, California, Jonah Slade is elated that his girlfriend Felicity Blaine carries his child and plans to propose. However, his bliss ends immediately when Felicity informs him that she aborted the baby and will stop seeing him. Jonah angrily leaves while Felicity knows her inability to stand up to her billionaire father Declyn ended the relationship though she lied about h...

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White Mountain
Mira, Apr 2002, 6.50, 384 pp. ISBN: 1551668947 Retired Braden, Montana botanist Frank Walton comes to Brooklyn to “smell” the Brighton Beach “Little Russia” neighborhood a reminder of his homeland. He needs this because he knows he is dying from cancer. However, someone recognizes him as Vaclav Waller, a Russian Nobel Prize nominee, who died in a plane crash in 1970. Threatened to be returned to Moscow, Frank chooses death. The FBI c...

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