Mistaken For The Mob

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Steeple Hill, Jul 1, 2006 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Being mistaken for a gangster and accused of a series of murders she didn't commit was hardly the quiet life Maryanne Wellborn expected as a Philadelphia librarian. Who would have thought volunteering at her father's retirement home would be so complicated?

When handsome but determined FBI agent J. Z. Prophet takes the case, Maryanne can tell he's prepared to bring her down — or die trying. But then the real mob gets involved, and the situation turns deadly.…

 

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Contents

Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
24
Chapter Three
42
Chapter Four
58
Chapter Five
74
Chapter Six
91
Chapter Seven
104
Chapter Eight
120
Chapter Eleven
172
Chapter Twelve
189
Chapter Thirteen
204
Chapter Fourteen
220
Chapter Fifteen
238
Questions for Discussion
248
Copyright Page
250
Coming Next Month
251

Chapter Nine
137
Chapter Ten
155

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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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