Researching personal histories isn't just Carolina "Carly" May's profession, it's her passion....But digging into the past is raising troubling questions about the would-be president's private
life, his late father and catatonic mother, and the grisly street
crime that left his notorious drug-addicted sister dead....As a dark
world of twisted passions and depraved crimes slowly opens up before
Carly, she realizes that there is no one whom she dares to trust --
perhaps least of all Dan Duran, a dangerous and haunted mystery man
who's somehow tied to the Quintrells' past.
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'Skillfully handled entertainment, with a bonus in reader-friendly lessons in how to launder money, spike a drink and read a genomics report.' - Kirkus Reviews.
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Individually and with co-author/husband Evan, Ann Maxwell has written seventy novels and one non-fiction book. There are 30 million copies of these books in print, as well as reprints in 30 foreign languages. The novels range from science fiction to historical fiction, from romance to mystery to suspense.
Writing as Ann Maxwell, she began her career in 1975 with a science fiction novel, Change. Since then, seven of her nine science fiction novels have been recommended for the Science Fiction Writers of America Nebula Award; A Dead God Dancing was nominated for what was then called TABA (The American Book Award).
In 1976 Ann and Evan (as A. E. Maxwell) collaborated with a Norwegian hunter and photographer, Ivar Ruud, on The Year-Long Day a nonfiction work that was condensed in Reader...
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