Salvation, Texas

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Signet Eclipse, 2007 - Fiction - 342 pages
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Returning to his hometown of Salvation after 15 years, homicide detective Rusty Joplin has the kind of independence and integrity this Texas town appreciates. That's why they elect him sheriff, despite the determined opposition of wealthy power broker Randall Ryder. After the horse-dragged body of Ryder's daughter Carla - sister of Rusty's old Flame Elena - turns up with a broken neck, Rusty finds evidence of foul play. Carla's husband soon tops the growing list of adulterous suspects. But as this baffling murder investigation heats up, so does Rusty's smoldering attraction for trauma nurse Elena.

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User Review  - reneebooks - LibraryThing

The last book I read by Jeffrey (Sweetwater) was a character-driven story set in a small town. This book was a little different, more of a police procedural with the plot divided between a murder ... Read full review

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User Review  - Loretta - Goodreads

Well, with great money comes snots and heavy handed bossy jerks... okay, so this isn't true for many folks that have money but in this family, holy wow! They take the cake in devious, under-handed ... Read full review


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Anna Jeffrey is an award-winning author of mainstream romance novels as well as romantic comedy/mystery. She has authored and published nine romance novels under the pseudonym of Anna Jeffrey and co-authored seven as USA Today Bestselling author, Dixie Cash....Anna Jeffrey's books have won the Write Touch Readers' Award, the Aspen Gold, and the More Than Magic awards. Her books have been finalists in the Colorado Romance Writers award, the Golden Quill and Southern Magic as well as the Write Touch Readers' Award, the Aspen Gold and the More than Magic awards. She is a member of Romance Writers of America and several of its chapters....Anna is a Texan through and through. Fifth generation. She was born and grew up in West Texas, where most of her family members were farmers and ranchers or worked in the oil fields. She left Texas for many years and lived in four of the western states, a rich experience she'll never forget....She loves most things western, from the customs and culture to the philosophy of life. She enjoys many hobbies, i.e., reading, painting and drawing, crafting, needlework and beading among others....These days, she's back home in Texas. She and her husband currently live in a small town not far from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

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