The 6 ½ Million Dollar Caper

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Page Publishing Inc, Feb 24, 2014 - Fiction - 120 pages
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 When Miranda discovers an empty moneybag dating back to a 1991 bank robbery, she is determined to recover the six and a half million dollars pilfered during that notoriously bloody heist. As Miranda and her best friend embark on a search for the loot, their investigation yields disturbing clues. The adventurous duo becomes entangled in an intricate web of secrets and lies and learns—all too late—that no one is to be trusted. What began as a lark soon turns dark and deadly, and Miranda, fearing for her life, must flee her hometown.

Miranda hopes to start over in a different state, but has she truly escaped her past? How will her decisions affect future generations of innocent children? A gripping tale of betrayal and retribution, The Six and a Half Million Dollar Caper explores the long-reaching effects of greed and violence as it follows one woman's struggle to rebuild her shattered life and rise above her family's destructive legacy.

 

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 Barbara Hoyt was born in Tacoma, Washington, but currently resides in Roy, Washington. The author has spent her whole life in Washington State. She dropped out of school, got married, and then returned to school and earned her diploma while raising three children.

She would like to thank her husband, Gary, who was so patient with her as she wrote her book.

Although this is her first book, the author has several collections of unpublished children’s stories as well as poetry.

The author enjoys solving crossword puzzles in her free time. She has collected a few garden gnomes over the years. She and her husband also enjoy going camping together.

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