Deadly Grace

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MIRA Books, 2001 - Fiction - 477 pages
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Federal agent Alex Cruz is on the trail of a ruthless killer. At least three known members of a World War II anti-Nazi resistance group have met a violent end, and the link between three members is Jillian Meade -- daughter of one of the murdered activists. Cruz's only clue is a journal dropped at one of the murder scenes. Using the journal and notes found at Jillian's, Cruz pieces together the incredible story of a wartime heist of Nazi gold that somehow went missing, never to be recovered. Was it that finally pushed a daughter to kill her mother, or was it something else entirely? Cruz intends to find out. But can he find his answers before someone else is forced to pay the ultimate price?

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A former international diplomat and intelligence analyst, Smith (Guilt by Silence) uses her experience to good effect in her latest thriller. This intriguing novel delves into the 1979 murder of Grace ... Read full review


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Smith has a Master's Degree in International Affairs. She has worked in the Canadian foreign service, and has served as a Privy Council officier.

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