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White Lady--a ghost not only seeking bloody revenge but demanding assistance to get it.


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Alliances with the dead could be all that keeps her alive.


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Moving on has never been harder—or so perfectly unpredictable…


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Can they end the feud between the MacInnes and Glendenning Clans that has persisted since the Battle of Culloden?


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Romance about enemies-to-lovers who fall for each other in a small Massachusetts coastal town.


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Feuding families, a legacy to prove and redemption...


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What do you do when you are forgotten by the man you’ve loved for twenty years? What do you do if you are the one who is remembered?


Philip P. Pan

Philip P. Pan

Philip P. Pan is a foreign correspondent for The Washington Post and the newspaper's former Beijing bureau chief. During his tour in China from 2000 to 2007 he won the Livingston Award for Young Journalists in international reporting, the Overseas Press Club's Bob Considine Award for best newspaper interpretation of international affairs, and the Asia Society's Osborn Elliott Prize for Excellence in Journalism on Asia. He is a graduate of Harvard College and studied Chinese at Peking University. He lives with his wife and son in New York and will begin a new assignment for the Post in Moscow in 2008.

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Out of Mao's Shadow, June 2008
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