White Paper Roses
Widowed after two years of marriage Diane Parker is strangely pursued by a killer who is after something in her possession, but what?Diane flees to the vast California central valley seeking anonymity and safety for herself and her tiny daughter but the people she loves begin to disappear or mysteriously die.Hidden away in this dusty town she works as a waitress in a truck stop café serving sandwiches and pie to the truckers that travel the back roads. When a strange woman appears every few weeks in an expensive automobile and sits alone in the back booth Diane discovers they have a common interest and the two women become close confidants. When Diane's last remaining friend suddenly dies she looks for answers and what she discovers threatens her life. The strange woman secretly known as The Recruiter is extremely dangerous and on ruthless mission and Diane is on her list.When the showdown comes Diane has only her stray dog to protect her.This story is fast paced and suspenseful, frequently surprising the reader with sharp twists and unexpected events. The characters that surround Diane are sincere and loving, dangerous and evil, startling and ambitious and they evolve in surprising directions leaving Diane to wonder whom she can trust.You will not put this book down until you finish the frightening end
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