Mystery Lover (Google eBook)

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Harlequin, Jun 1, 2010 - Fiction - 224 pages
2 Reviews


Some said he was a phantom. Others called him a monster.

But for investigative reporter Jillian Drake, the masked man who'd rescued her from a burning building was a savior...and a mystery. He lurked in the shadows. He had no name, no face. But he had secrets. And despite his whispered warnings, Jillian wouldn't rest until she found out every one.

As she unraveled his past, Jillian found herself haunted by the memory of his powerful arms protecting her. But getting close to him was dangerous. He was a man with enemies--killers who now set their sights on Jillian. And she had nowhere to turn but the shadows....

  

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Contents

Title Page
4
About the Author
5
Cast of Characters
6
Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
22
Chapter Three
34
Chapter Four
47
Chapter Five
60
Chapter Nine
114
Chapter Ten
128
Chapter Eleven
138
Chapter Twelve
155
Chapter Thirteen
170
Chapter Fourteen
181
Chapter Fifteen
194
Chapter Sixteen
205

Chapter Six
73
Chapter Seven
85
Chapter Eight
101

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About the author (2010)



Lisa has been writing since she could first form sentences and transfer them to paper with crayon. Born soft-spoken into a big, boisterous family where only he who speaks loudest is heard, she learned early to express herself through the written word.

Her first books revolved around the antics of the family dog until she discovered Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys. Then writing mysteries became second nature for the author who arrived in the world on a dark, stormy Halloween night. When she was 11, the local paper interviewed her for a book she had written involving a kidnapping plot.

During the day Lisa is a part-time insurance agent and full-time wife and mother. She has two beautiful daughters who share her love of the written word and a husband who provides loving support with praise and extra housecleaning duty.

When night falls and fog from their 15-acre swamp wraps around their house, Lisa becomes the focused writer, spinning stories she hopes her readers will enjoy.

Readers are welcome to contact Lisa at PO Box 139, Marne, MI 49435.

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