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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Exciting romantic suspense

    Twenty-six years ago in Coberville, Texas, newborn Christmas Jane Doe was left on the doorstep of Pete and Maggie Watson. The mother was never found and subsequent efforts to adopt CJ were rejected for various official reasons. The Watsons raised the lass as their own daughter. Though she loved the Watsons, CJ became obsessed with knowing her roots, but no clues surfaced. Even her efforts to trace the unknown benefactor who paid for her to attend college failed. <P>Shockingly, Virginia Cober Townsend of the county¿s leading family, leaves one thousand acres and a hundred thousand dollars to CJ, a nonentity. The Townsend family wants the will voided, but their lawyer Matthew Sloan Sr. stalls for time for no apparent reason. When Matthew dies, his son, New York attorney Matthew Jr., vows to complete his dad¿s caseload. As Matthew and CJ begin ¿negotiations¿, they fall in love. Still, she pursues her quest, believing that the inheritance was left as a means for her to uncover the truth. However, an unknown assailant wants to insure that no secrets are revealed even if it means killing CJ and Matthew. <P>This exhilarating romantic suspense novel centers on a person¿s identity. CJ and Matthew Jr. are counterpoints to one another. Whereas Jr. always loved his biological parents, he fled his roots. CJ loved the Watsons, but thirsts to dig up her roots. Though the attempts on the lives of the lead characters are thrilling passages, they take away from the core of the tale, CJ¿s quest. Linda Warren turns ¿Hometown¿ Texas into a wonderful novel that readers will devour in one sitting so that they can learn THE TRUTH ABOUT JANE DOE. <P>Harriet Klausner

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