In Sheep's Clothing

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Steeple Hill, Mar 1, 2010 - Fiction - 256 pages
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On the run from the murderer of her best friends, missionary Gracie Benson is all alone in Siberia. What she doesn't know is that she has in her possession a medical secret that will save millions of lives--or cost hers. Trying to keep her alive is an FSB agent, a man pursued by his own demons, including a killer who destroyed his father's life. He and Gracie find themselves in a decades-old mystery of betrayal and Cold War secrets. Only with the help of their friends--a group of Americans and Russians committed to freedom--can they outwit the old guard...and save Gracie's secret, as well as her life.

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I will tell you to be prepared with some time to read as this is one you will not want to put down! From start to finish the reader is involved in Gracie's story. Vicktor is wonderful hero and you ... Read full review

In sheep's clothing

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Alone in Siberia, missionary Gracie Benson is trying to outrun a killer who murdered her best friends. She does not realize, though, that she is carrying a priceless medical secret that may cost her her life. Warren (Flee the Night ) lives in Minnesota. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Susan May Warren started writing in the first grade--winning her first book contest with an entry entitled "My First Day of School." Since then writing has been her way to explore and share the experiences God has given her as a Minnesota girl and as a missionary to Russia.

She loves to be outdoors--hiking, fishing, canoeing, skiing, snowmobiling... even doing yard work! Married to a really cute guy with devastating blue eyes, she's also a mother of four children (she homeschools two of them), is in charge of her church's Children's Church program and is active in local and online writers' groups. She loves hands-on research; she once interviewed firefighters while her garage burned down. She can most often be found buried in a book, hiding out at her local library, or taking long walks, talking to herself as she works out a story. (Or maybe she's just looking for a moment of quiet!) She loves hearing from readers and can be reached through her web site at

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