Hidden Deception

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Steeple Hill, Aug 1, 2008 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Her own father had killed her mother. Afterward, Elena Segura Jackson had been adopted by a loving Santa Fe family. For years she'd tried to focus only on the present and future—not the past. But now another murder, in her family's antique shop, brings the old memories rushing back. Detective Daniel Stillwater, widowed father of a little girl, vows to find the killer. In Daniel's presence, Elena dares feel safe. Yet the killer keeps coming back, wreaking havoc in the shop, looking for…something.

Like a moment when the good detective isn't by Elena's side.

 

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If you like Christian romance with some suspense mixed in you will enjoy the book. Easy to read and written well. Read full review

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Contents

Chapter Seven
110
Chapter Eight
127
Chapter Nine
137
Chapter Ten
149
Chapter Eleven
164
Chapter Twelve
183
Epilogue
208
Questions for Discussion
214

Chapter Five
77
Chapter Six
93

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About the author (2008)

Leann grew up in the Rocky Mountains but married a Texan, who loved those moutains. So cowboys, horses, ranches and rodeo are familiar  themes to her. She taught deaf high school students math and science. She loves gardening and flower arranging.  She is a cancer survivor and counts everyday precious.


Leann is the mother of two children and one grandbaby and two granddogs.

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