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Steeple Hill, 2003 - Fiction - 347 pages
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Still haunted by the tragic death of her sister, Dr. Cheyenne Allison arrives in the quaint town of Hideaway, Missouri to start over, but her new surroundings are suddenly plagued by terror when she becomes the target of a vicious vandal, forcing her to place her trust in her mysterious neighbor. Original. 50,000 first printing.

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Hideaway: a novel

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Forced to take an extended vacation after her brother-in-law accuses her of malpractice in the death of her younger sister, Dr. Cheyenne Allison gratefully accepts an offer to retreat to a co ... Read full review

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Hannah Alexander is the pen name for Cheryl Hodde, who uses the medical input from her husband, Dr. Mel Hodde, to write romantic suspense with medical emphasis, both contemporary and historical. Their first collaboration began with a blind date instigated by Cheryl's matchmaking pastor, and has continued for the fifteen years of their marriage.

Discover more about their work at www.hannahalexander.com

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