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Tailspin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

    The message rock

    A long towerlike rck points out of the water. The leader stands on top to give messages to the clan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2012

    Exicuting area

    Kill

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  • Posted June 16, 2011

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    This exhilarating second chance romantic suspense is a gripping frantic tale

    Nash Fortune of the Denver Fortune five hundred is teaching flying at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. However, he has been bored except when he flies. His grandmother Maggie believes Nash's problem is he let go of the right woman, his high school girlfriend though the elderly woman knows they were too young for anything permanent.

    Thus she hires the former sweetheart nonfiction author Bianca Quinn to write the definitive Fortune family saga. Her objective is to see whether the sparks still could light up the Mile High city. Bianca also is writing a true crime story about a cold case involving a missing cadet in which Nash is a prime source of information. While grandmother's theory proves right, someone else wants the inquiry dropped and will kill to assure this happens.

    This exhilarating second chance romantic suspense is a gripping frantic tale as the Quinn inquiry proves dangerous to her life while her interlude with Fortune proves dangerous to her heart. Although the two subplots never quite determine which is the main theme, readers will enjoy the hectic thriller as matchmaking Maggie knows best.

    Harriet Klausner

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