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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 27, 2010 - Fiction - 120 pages
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When a beloved father and a member of a criminal organization goes missing, his daughter takes action and goes on a cross-country road trip to find him. Enter Val Entienne, a.k.a. Valentine, a nineteen-year-old girl armed with a pair of guns and a mission: to find her father alive or avenge his death. Val claims she’s only out for herself, but she soon becomes an unwilling hero in the eyes of the people she encounters on her way to California . . . including a fourteen-year-old orphan named Melinda. Even if she makes it to Cali, Val isn’t prepared for the other dangers that lay ahead . . . .

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Nicole Woolaston was born in Queens, New York, where she currently resides. She has also lived in Kansas, Colorado, Virginia, and Georgia. Nicole has studied at Thomas Nelson Community College, and City College in New York. She has been writing books and stories for herself since elementary school. Her short stories have been published in Polaris, an annual literary art magazine published by the students of Bethel High School in Virginia, where Nicole attended. This book is her first official published work.

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