Here and Then

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Mira, 1997 - Fiction - 250 pages
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When her cousin disappeared without a trace, Rue Claridge volunteered to find her. But by retracing Elisabeth's steps, Rue never dreamed she'd wind up in 1892. And she certainly wasn't prepared for Marshal Farley Haynes. He arrested her and threw her in jail. But discovering how dangerous the Old West really was, Rue needed his help. Especially when, at any moment, fate can intercede and destiny can be changed by a single bullet.

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User Review  - scoutmomskf - LibraryThing

Very good book. Rue arrived in Pine River, current day, to investigate the disappearance of her cousin Elisabeth (There and Now). Letters that he cousin left for her indicated that she had disappeared ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter 1
7
Chapter 2
24
Chapter 3
41
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About the author (1997)

Linda Miller was born in Spokane, Washington and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She began writing when she was 10 years old after a teacher praised her for a story she had written. Through a correspondence course, she sold over 30 stories to magazines like True Confessions and True Romance. She sold her first novel, Fletcher's Woman, in 1983. Her first hardcover novels were Pirates (1995) followed by Knights (1996). She has written over 80 contemporary and historical romance novels. She is the author of numerous series including Stone Creek series; Montana Creeds series; The Women of Primrose Creek series; and Springwater Seasons series. In 2007, she received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Romance Writers of America.

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