No Hero: A New Orleans Finest Novel

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Macmillan, Jun 1, 2012 - Fiction - 309 pages
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No Hero by Mallory Kane

The bodies pile up… and the game goes on...

In New Orleans, the bodies of murdered homeless teens have started washing up on the shores of the Mississippi River. For detective Deveraux "Dev" Gautier, these killings are way past being personal. Each one of these kids is a resident of his shelter – a kid who got a chance for a second start. And Dev’s only lead is held by the infuriating and undeniably sexy woman who flirted with him, kissed him, and then tried to ruin his life…

Investigative TV reporter Reghan Connor stopped believing in heroes a long time ago. But when she discovers a potential lead in the case, she can’t sit idly by. Even if it means working with a man who hates her… and who still makes her knees weak with need. But now, everything Reghan believed in is about to be turned upside down.

Because sometimes the whole story hasn’t been told. And while the good guys are willing to die for their beliefs, the bad guys are willing to kill

 

 

 

 

 

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"Don't mess with Mallory Kane," says Roger Ebert, although he was probably talking about another Ms. Kane. At age three, Mallory taught herself to read, starting a lifelong love affair with books. With a librarian for a mother and a master storyteller for a father, she was destined to be a writer. Always ahead of her time, Mallory was first published electronically in 1995. Since then, in addition to a dozen or so ebooks, she has published 28 romantic suspense novels with Harlequin Intrigue and 5 paranormal romances with ImaJinn books. She lives in Tennessee with her husband and three cats--all Renaissance beings.

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