Close Enough: A Kate Fox Short Story

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Tom Doherty Associates, Sep 19, 2017 - Fiction - 32 pages
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Reeling from her recent divorce, Kate Fox is campaigning against her ex to become the next Grand County, Nebraska Sherriff. When a child goes missing in the Sandhills, the whole town organizes a search and rescue mission. But Kate doesn’t think Ethan wandered off—something more nefarious is going on. With a dangerous winter storm fast approaching, Kate must find Ethan before it’s too late.

Close Enough is a thrilling Kate Fox short story from author Shannon Baker that bridges the gap between Stripped Bare and Dark Signal.

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Close Enough bridges the gap between Stripped Bare, when Kate Fox solves the murder of niece Carly’s grandfather Eldon and the shooting of Kate’s cheating husband Ted, and Dark Signal, when Kate ... Read full review

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SHANNON BAKER lived for twenty years in the Nebraska Sandhills, where cattle outnumber people by more than 50 to 1. Baker was named the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers 2014 Writer of the Year. She now makes her home in sunny Tucson. She is the author of Tainted Mountain, Tattered Legacy, Broken Trust, among other books.

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