From the book jacket: Caddie Blair
feels everything strongly—and so she works hard to keep
her distance. It's the ethical thing for a journalist to do,
especially in a war-torn region like the Middle East. And
Caddie wants to believe that nothing is as important as
covering "the story."
There's room for passion in her life—but that's only physical. And Caddie keeps even those fleeting attachments under wraps, secretive, because she knows that when a journalist even appears to lose her detachment, she is already lost.
So what is Caddie to feel when her lover dies beside her—shot in an ...
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The Angel of Losses
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