Stolen

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Kensington Books, 2013 - Fiction - 327 pages
4 Reviews
Palmer explores the timely subject of identity theft in a riveting and brilliantly plotted new novel. The future has never looked brighter for Boston couple John and Ruby. But Ruby receives a life-changing diagnosis, and their cut-rate insurance won't cover her treatment. Faced with a ticking clock, John makes a risky move.
 

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User Review  - grumpydan - LibraryThing

John Bodine and his wife Ruby Dawes have everything going for them. His business is about to take off and they want to start a family, but then Ruby finds out she has cancer. To make matters worse ... Read full review

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User Review  - Marianne Fitzgerald - Book Verdict

Hanging from a mountain cliff with two other climbers, John must make a gut-wrenching decision: which man should he cut loose in order to save John and one other. John's action gives us a preview of ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
18
Section 2
24
Section 3
30
Section 4
40
Section 5
44
Section 6
50
Section 7
56
Section 8
62
Section 19
166
Section 20
170
Section 21
174
Section 22
182
Section 23
202
Section 24
216
Section 25
230
Section 26
250

Section 9
66
Section 10
70
Section 11
92
Section 12
100
Section 13
102
Section 14
114
Section 15
122
Section 16
128
Section 17
140
Section 18
154
Section 27
256
Section 28
268
Section 29
272
Section 30
276
Section 31
288
Section 32
292
Section 33
296
Section 34
314
Section 35
320
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About the author (2013)

DANIEL PALMER is the author of four critically-acclaimed suspense novels, including "Delirious" and "Desperate". After receiving his master's degree from Boston University, he spent a decade as an e-commerce pioneer. A recording artist, accomplished blues harmonica player, and lifelong Red Sox fan, Daniel lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children, where he is currently at work on his next novel.

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