Trial by Fire by J.A. Jance
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Trial by Fire Summary
In the heat of the Arizona desert, a raging fire pushes temperatures to a deadly degree, and one woman is left to burn. Pulled naked and barely breathing from the fire, the victim has no idea who she is, let alone who would do this to her -- or why. In her hospital bed she drifts in and out of consciousness, her only means of communicating a blink of the eye.
Trial by Fire Reviews
"In bestseller Jance's middling fifth Ali Reynolds thriller the exTV journalist takes over a media-relations job at the county police department in her hometown of Sedona, Ariz." - Publishers Weekly
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J.A. Jance Author Biography
J.A. Jance (Judith Ann) is the New York Times bestselling author of the Joanna Brady series, the J. P. Beaumont series, three interrelated thrillers featuring the Walker family, and the Ali Reynolds series.
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