You Can Run...

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St. Martin's Press, Mar 3, 2009 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Penny Conley is still recovering from the untimely death of her husband. But she and her five-year-old daughter, Willow, seem to be thriving in their West Virginia suburb. Penny works for esteemed archeologist Simon Van Etton, who is like family to her—even Simon's great niece, Diana, has become one of Penny's closest friends. So when a distraught Penny calls Diana late one night, Diana is the one who comes running. But just as Diana arrives, the house explodes...leaving Penny in a coma, though sparing Willow any harm.

As Diana and Simon try to figure out what happened—and why—two shocking discoveries are made: First, investigators find a bomb in Penny's basement. Then, new facts about Penny's dark past come to light. Determined to find the truth about her friend and protect Willow, Diana keeps digging for clues. But someone is following her every move—and is willing to kill to make sure that Penny's secrets stay dead and buried...

 

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Contents

PROLOGUE
1
CHAPTER ONE
5
CHAPTER TWO
24
CHAPTER THREE
40
CHAPTER FOUR
56
CHAPTER FIVE
68
CHAPTER SIX
84
CHAPTER SEVEN
101
CHAPTER TWELVE
186
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
205
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
223
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
249
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
262
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
280
CHAPTER EIGH TEEN
291
CHAPTER NINETEEN
302

CHAPTER EIGHT
124
CHAPTER NINE
137
CHAPTER TEN
155
CHAPTER ELEVEN
176
CHAPTER TWENTY
308
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
314
EPILOGUE
329
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About the author (2009)

Carlene Thompson is the author of Last Whisper, Black for Remembrance, Nowhere to Hide, and Don't Close Your Eyes, among other books. She attended college at Marshall University and earned her Ph.D. in English from Ohio State University. She taught at the University of Rio Grande before leaving to focus on her writing full-time. Besides writing, she spends her time caring for the many dogs and cats she's adopted. A native West Virginian, she lives with her husband Keith in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.

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