Married To The Mob

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Steeple Hill, Nov 1, 2006 - Fiction - 256 pages
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A spitfire wife of a recently slain mob boss was much more than FBI agent Dan Maddox had bargained for when he signed on to protect Carlotta Papparelli. After turning state's evidence, Carlie was at the top of the mob's hit list, and it was up to Dan to keep her alive long enough to testify. From the streets of Philly to the sun-drenched Florida coast, Dan and Carlie were running for their lives, and only their faith in each other—and the Lord—would keep them safe….

 

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Contents

Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
20
Chapter Three
33
Chapter Four
45
Chapter Five
59
Chapter Six
72
Chapter Seven
86
Chapter Eight
99
Chapter Twelve
155
Chapter Thirteen
168
Chapter Fourteen
181
Chapter Fifteen
196
Chapter Sixteen
208
Chapter Seventeen
224
Chapter Eighteen
238
Question for Discusssion
250

Chapter Nine
114
Chapter Ten
126
Chapter Eleven
139

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About the author (2006)

Born in Cuba, raised in Venezuela, Ginny Aiken discovered books young-she wrote her first at fifteen while training with the Ballets de Caracas. Wiser at sixteen, she burned it. Jobs as paralegal, reporter, choreographer, language teacher, and bookseller followed. A life as wife, mother of four sons and herder of their assorted friends brought her back to books and writing in search of her sanity. Now after forty books, she's a frequent speaker still searching for her sanity.

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