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iUniverse, 2001 - Fiction - 300 pages
Meet Lisa Barron, a savvy marketing executive with a kid and a crazy career in the mall business. Everyone knows she's driven, but not the dark secret she's hiding. She's keeping one step ahead of the FBI and a gang of twisted peace activists who screwed up her life in the sixties, and at the same time, trying not to fall in love with one of the exciting, driven men that make these massive construction projects rise from the ground. What will she do if her past catches up with her? Grab her daughter and run, or face disgrace and a possible murder charge?

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About the author (2001)

Contemporary fiction writer Rose Senehi is noted for weaving environmental themes into the plots of her novels. A resident of Chimney Rock, North Carolina, and Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Senehi moved to the South from Upstate New York in 1996. Render Unto the Valley is her sixth novel and the third in a series that take place in the southern Blue Ridge Mountains. Her fourth novel, In the Shadows of Chimney Rock, was a 2009 Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance Award finalist, and her fifth, The Wind in the Woods, was nominated for the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Award in 2010. Her other novels are Pelican Watch, Windfall, and Shadows in the Grass.

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