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1974: Peace, love, sex, drugs -- and murder -- at Commune in the heart of West Virginia.

Hope knew she should have killed Jesse the night he used her as ...
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The Marker

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Overview

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1974: Peace, love, sex, drugs -- and murder -- at Commune in the heart of West Virginia.

Hope knew she should have killed Jesse the night he used her as his marker in a poker game with Spike. When Spike won that marker, he stole Hope's heart.

Spike wanted more than just a weekend with Hope. He wanted forever. That was more than Hope could promise. A man like Spike, a good man, would never understand the evil a man like Jesse was capable of.

1989: Now he's First Sergeant Sam Callaghan, and he's back.

When a chance meeting drops Fiona Donovan into the arms of Sam Callaghan, West Virginia State Police, their past twists in on both of them, threatening to tear apart their worlds, for better or worse.

Hope -- Fiona -- was the love of his life, the woman who can still rock his world with a single kiss. When he's around her, Sam forgets to think. But first and foremost Sam's always been a cop. If Sam discovers Fiona really did murdered Jesse, will he be able to arrest her? There are a few things in love's way -- like her dead husband's missing body, over a million dollars in cash, and the IRA...

Publisher's Note: This title has been previously released and has been re-edited for release with Changeling Press.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013451728
  • Publisher: Changeling Press LLC
  • Publication date: 12/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 661 KB

Meet the Author

Shelby must be insane. What else would have led her to start an online publishing company? Shelby shares her belief in electronic publishing with her long-time friend and business partner, Bill, her husband of 30 years. Perhaps the insanity is contagious.

Shelby loves writing off-beat tales that defy as many rules as possible. She likes chocolate with her peanut butter, suspense with her romance, and kink with her sex. She's always had a hard time keeping science fiction, fantasy, and paranormal from mixing with her kink. Fortunately for Shelby, electronic publishing has opened many new doors for cross-genre authors and artists.

Author, editor, publisher, and Slayer of Pirates, Shelby Morgen, A.K.A. Margaret Riley, has the coolest job ever -- she's the keeper of dreams. Visit Shelby's website www.ShelbyMorgen.com for her latest releases. For a head's up on new stuff, you're welcome to join her Yahoo! group, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ShelbyMorgen/join. Email Shelby at or blog with Shelby and Treva at Loose Change, their Publishing Insider's blog: http://treva2007.livejournal.com.
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