Deadly Grace

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Mira, 2003 - Fiction - 504 pages
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When Grace Meade, a former member of the World War II Resistance, is murdered, her daughter, Jillian, becomes the main suspect and refuses to speak to FBI Special Agent Alex Cruz. When Jillian Meade goes missing from a psychiatric hospital, Cruz discovers that the roots of this case lie in a decades-old secret -- one that someone is determined to keep hidden.

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I loved this book. The author is a coworker and I was delighted to find that she is an excellent and entertaining writer as well as a great person. Read full review

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Jillian Moore, a Smithsonian historian, goes to Europe to in investigate a work project and also lto look into her background. Her mother had worked as an OSS undercover agent with the French ... 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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