Until Death Do Us Part

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Pocket Books, Dec 1, 1996 - Fiction - 339 pages
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When an infant is snatched from her wealthy California home, Kathryn Mackay and her former lover, Detective David Granz, are called in to investigate. With few leads and even less help from the family, Kathryn takes the case to the national media. But then babies start disappearing from birthing centers and bedrooms across the county -- and Kathryn and Dave must race to find the infants and the culprits...until a shocking call from halfway across the country reveals a plot more widespread than they could ever imagine.

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Christine McGuire is a veteran prosecutor of murder cases in a California District Attorney's office. She has taught at the academy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Quantico, Virginia. Her first book, "Perfect Victim, " a nonfiction account of a sexual enslavement case, was a #1 "New York Times" bestseller. Her acclaimed Kathryn Mackay series includes "Until Proven Guilty, Until Justice Is Done, Until Death Do Us Part, Until the Bough Breaks, Until We Meet Again, Until the Day They Die, " and "Until the Final Verdict, " all published by Pocket Books.

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