Wanted

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Macmillan, Sep 1, 2004 - Fiction - 340 pages
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Diane Wellman was in the wrong place at the wrong time. On patrol one hot night in Texas, she happened across the scene of a chilling multiple murder. An idealistic young police officer, Diane questions the nature of the open-and-shut case. She knows the prosecutor has put an innocent man in prison for the crime. And Diane saw someone else that night.

Gail Rubin has been in the wrong place for the past eighteen years. She was sent to prison because of her peripheral involvement in a robbery--a robbery where someone was killed. And now someone is determined to make an example of Gail.

Both Diane and Gail have been done wrong. They want revenge. And they are willing to risk everything to find a way out of the nightmare their lives have become. When the two of them make a break for it, they delve into the crime for which Diane has been put away, and they uncover a bigger conspiracy than they can even imagine. And once they're on the run, there is no turning back.

Wanted is a roller-coaster ride and an adrenaline rush, a beautifully crafted thriller of justice and redemption.
 

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The unlikely pairing of Diane, a 24-year-old Texas police officer framed for murder, with Gail, a 46-year-old former radical incarcerated for 18 years, sets the course for this tense, fugitive chase ... Read full review

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Contents

ONE
1
TWO
11
THREE
21
FOUR
46
FIVE
54
SIX
70
SEVEN
91
EIGHT
108
TWELVE
204
THIRTEEN
218
FOURTEEN
250
FIFTEEN
277
SIXTEEN
291
SEVENTEEN
306
EIGHTEEN
313
NINETEEN
321

NINE
129
TEN
158
ELEVEN
184
TWENTY
338
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Kim Wozencraft is the author of the internationally bestselling novel, Rush, which was made into a feature film starring Jennifer Jason Leigh. She was executive editor at Prison Life magazine, has written for HBO Films, and has had her work appear in The Best American Essays, Texas Monthly, New York Newsday, the Los Angeles Times, and numerous literary magazines and anthologies. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Columbia University and lives in New York with her husband and their three children.

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