Jackson's Woman

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Silhouette, May 1, 2007 - Fiction - 256 pages
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He'd always been a hunter. But now federal agent Jackson Castle was
both savior and prey, tracking a deadly killer who had targeted the woman
he'd loved and lost. But first he had to convince her to open her heart to
him all over again.

Claire Munroe had put her stormy affair with Jackson behind her two
years ago. Now he'd returned, bringing danger to her door, rocking her
secure life. Ill-prepared to confront the man who'd stolen her heart,
Claire had to decide which posed a greater threat—their reignited passion,
or the murderer who hunted them both….

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Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Nine
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Copyright Page
Coming Next Month

Chapter Eight

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About the author (2007)

Maggie Price turned to crime at the age of 22. That's when she went to work at the Oklahoma City Police Department. As a civilian crime analyst, she evaluated suspects' methods of operation during the commission of robberies and sex crimes, and developed profiles on those suspects.

During her tenure at OCPD, Maggie stood in lineups, snagged assignments to homicide task forces, established procedures for evidence submittal, even posed as the wife of an undercover officer in the investigation of a fortune-teller. Drawing on her 12 years experience in law enforcement, Maggie penned her first novel, Prime Suspect.

One week after Silhouette acquired the novel of romance and intrigue, the Romance Writers of America awarded Prime Suspect its prestigious Golden Heart Award for Best Romantic Suspense. When the novel was released in October 1997, Silhouette named Maggie their Intimate Moments "Women to Watch" Author for 1997.

Maggie has conducted extensive research for her novels that thrill and chill by visiting OCPD's forensics laboratory, taking aim on the police firing range, riding the graveyard shift with patrol officers, and hitting the streets with OCPD's Vice Detail during the conduct of a prostitute sting.

Maggie loves to hear from readers! She invites you to write to her at: 416 N.W. 8th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73102-2604. Or send her an email at: MAGPRICE@aol.com.

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