End Game

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Steeple Hill, Jun 1, 2010 - Fiction - 224 pages
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"I'll be seeing you again…."

The attacker's words still ring in Deputy Megan Peters's ears. Her attempt to trap the serial rapist terrorizing Lost Falls failed, but she has succeeded in becoming the target of his attention. Undaunted, Megan moves forward in her investigation, and Scott Anders, the only newcomer in town, draws her suspicion. Is his gentleness just an act? Yet as Megan and Scott grow closer, she finds herself questioning her instincts. What will she believe—her heart or the evidence that seems to be mounting against Scott?

 

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Contents

About the Author
3
Title Page
4
Epigraph Page
5
Acknowledgments
6
Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
20
Chapter Three
33
Chapter Four
44
Chapter Ten
130
Chapter Eleven
137
Chapter Twelve
153
Chapter Thirteen
161
Chapter Fourteen
173
Chapter Fifteen
181
Chapter Sixteen
190
Chapter Seventeen
205

Chapter Five
55
Chapter Six
70
Chapter Seven
85
Chapter Eight
100
Chapter Nine
117
Epilogue
213
Questions for Discussion
219
Copyright Page
222
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About the author (2010)



Roxanne has a master's degree in nutrition, and works as a consultant dietitian for small-town hospitals and health care facilities. She and her husband have three children, and live on an acreage with two goofy dogs, three semiretired horses, a pony named Michael Jordan, numerous cats...and Sid the Snake, who absolutely insisted on appearing in her first book.

Roxanne Rustand's first manuscript won the 1995 Romance Writers of America Golden Heart for Best Long Contemporary.

Her second manuscript, a 1998 Golden Heart finalist, was published as Her Sister's Children by Superromance in August 1999. As a published novel, it won the Write Touch Readers Award 2000.

Her third and fourth manuscripts both won the West Houston Emily, and were published by Superromance as Montana Legacy (February 2000) and The House at Briar Lake (October 2000).

Cofounder and first president of the Heart of Iowa chapter of RWA, she enjoys speaking at regional and national writers' conferences. Readers can write her at Box 2550, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406-2550. She can also be found at: http://www.pobox.com/~Roxanne.Rustand or www.superauthors.com

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