Lost and Found (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Nov 1, 2001 - Fiction - 368 pages
31 Reviews
The author of Smoke in Mirrors and Soft Focus presents a sexy, irresistible story of two people searching for secrets—and finding each other…

Cady Briggs is useful to Mack Easton. Her expertise in art and antiques helps his low-profile company, Lost and Found, find missing treasures for high-paying clients. But Cady knows that being useful to a client is one thing—and being used is another. So no matter how alluring she finds Mack, she plans to keep business and pleasure entirely separate.

But then a sudden tragedy puts Cady in charge of Chatelaine’s, her family’s prestigious art and antiques gallery. Suddenly the roles are reversed, as strange developments at Chatelaine’s lead Cady to ask for help from none other than Mack Easton. And instead of tracking down missing masterpieces together, they’ll be hunting for a killer…
  

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User Review  - Angelyn - Goodreads

Another popular author that I found kind of boring. I didn't think the characters were well developed in this book. Read full review

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User Review  - Shirl - Goodreads

A good read with a lot of twists and turns. Read full review

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Contents

One
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Two
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Three
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Four
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Five
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Six
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Seven
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Eight
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Sixteen
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Seventeen
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Eighteen
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Nineteen
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Twenty
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Twentyone
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Twentytwo
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Twentythree
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Nine
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Ten
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Eleven
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Twelve
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Thirteen
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Fourteen
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Fifteen
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Twentyfour
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Twentyfive
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Twentysix
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Twentyseven
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Twentyeight
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Twentynine
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About the author (2001)

Jayne Ann Krentz is the author of fifty New York Times bestsellers. She has written contemporary romantic suspense novels under that name, as well as futuristic and historical romance novels under the pseudonyms Jayne Castle and Amanda Quick, respectively. She lives in Seattle.

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