The Candidate

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Baker Books, 2007 - Fiction - 267 pages
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Investigative reporter Jill Lewis has bought her small, hometown newspaper in Delavan, Wisconsin. Now she's torn between two very different men: John, her FBI agent fiance, and Tommy, the young, charming senator who saved her life. But at least she can count on some peace and quiet as she tries to untangle her heart and make up her mind, right? Wrong. When a scuba-diving accident in Lake Delavan leads her to a remarkable discovery the same day as a top senator's aide is brutally murdered in the same lake, Jill is back in action. But someone wants it all kept quiet. Can she uncover the truth in time? Or has her luck run out?
  

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
269
Section 3
271
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About the author (2007)

Susan Wales, a born storyteller and wife of film producer, Ken Wales, is a popular speaker throughout the United States and a frequent teacher at writers conferences. A partner in Gaga Animation with Jeff Holder, she also has spoken internationally on storytelling in production. She co-authored Faith in God and Generals and The Amazing Grace of Freedom, companion books for those two films, and also co-wrote the popular political thriller series The Chase, The Replacement, and The Candidate. Best known for her Match Made in Heaven series of compiled true stories, Susan co-wrote two etiquette books, Social Graces and Social Graces for your Wedding, and an entertaining book, The Pleasure of Your Company. Her top-selling gift books with author Alice Gray are A Christmas Keepsake, Keepsakes for a Mother s Heart, and Grandmother, Another Name for Love.

Shope has over 100 articles published in Sunday school magazines and educational publications. She is also the author of numerous short stories in Chicken Soup books and other collections. A veteran teacher, Robin lives with her husband and two grown children in Flower Mound, Texas.

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