Into Thin Air/Targeted

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Mills & Boon Love Inspired, Jan 1, 2020 - Fiction - 384 pages

Facing their greatest fears...

Into Thin Air - Mary Ellen Porter

When a child is abducted in front of Laney Kensington, she and her dog desperately try to save the girl. But Laney is shot and left for dead, the kidnappers and the girl long gone. FBI agent Grayson DeMarco explains she’s the only witness to a worldwide child-trafficking ring. And if the kidnappers discover she’s alive, they’ll be back to finish the job. But the threat is even closer than he imagined...

Targeted - Becky Avella

When photos of Stephanie O’Brien are found in a serial killer’s home, it’s clear that she’s the next intended victim. She has nowhere to hide, nowhere to run – except to K-9 cop Rick Powell. Rick will do anything to protect the innocent teacher, but he’s never faced an opponent so cunning. One who won’t stop till he has his victim right where he wants her...six feet under.

Mills & Boon Love Inspired Suspense – Stories feature strong heroes and heroines whose faith is central in solving mysteries and saving lives.

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About the author (2020)

Mary Ellen Porter's love of story telling was solidified in fifth grade when selected to read her first children's story to a group of kindergartners. From then on, she knew she'd be a writer. When not working, Mary Ellen enjoys reading and spending time with her family and search-dog-in-training. She's an operational member of Chesapeake Search Dogs, a volunteer search and rescue team that helps bring the lost and missing home.

Becky Avella grew up in Washington State with her nose in a book and her imagination in the clouds. These days she spends her time dreaming up heart-pounding fiction full of romance and faith. Becky married a real life hero and follows him around begging him to give her material she can use in her stories. Together with their children, they make their home in the beautiful Northwest.

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