Deadly Grace

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Mira, Dec 1, 2001 - Fiction - 477 pages
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On a cold winter night in a small Minnesota town in 1979, someone comes looking for Grace Meades. She is killed and her house is set ablaze. Incredibly, the prime suspect if her own daughter, Jillian. Rexcued from the burning house, Jillian Meade is hospitalized, unable-or unwilling-to speak. After an attempt to take her own life, Jillian's doctor gives hera blank journal to encourage her to write about her mother's death. Unaware of what has happened, FBI Special Agent Alex Cruz comes to Havenwood, Minnesota, to interview Jillian. Two elderly women were found murdered in their homes in England, and Jillian it seems, was the last person to see both women alive. When he learns that Jillian's own mother met a similar fate, he realizes that there is far more going on than anyone ever imagined. When Jillian suddenly disappears, Cruz has only her journal to decipher the story of Grace and Jillian Meade. A story of a wartime heist of Nazi gold, of ungorgivable betrayals and ruthless actions. A deadly secret from the past, Cruz learns, has surfaced. And if he doesn't find Jillian soon, she, too, may be made to pay the ultimate price.

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User Review  - PuMbA's MoMmy*.♥.* - Goodreads

Deadly Grace was a great suspensful read. I loved the historical part of the story and how it was entwined with the "present time" of the book. I was not expecting the ending to be how it was. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kristi - Goodreads

Great story! Plenty of intrigue and twists that leave you guessing. I had a hard time putting this book away when I had to. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
16
Section 3
39
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Smith has a Master's Degree in International Affairs. She has worked in the Canadian foreign service, and has served as a Privy Council officier.

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