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Ringside #1 - Jack never saw love coming!


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It's never easy to leave the past behind


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Revenge never tasted so sweet…


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His secrets could destroy her…


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Diamonds are a girl’s best exfoliator.


Ann Yost


Ann’s hometown is Ann Arbor, Michigan, which, at one time, she believed was named after her. She graduated (eventually) from the University of Michigan, spent ten years as a reporter for Michigan dailies and married a fellow journalist so she could write a column about that first year of wedded bliss. It was called I Did, I Did. She’s written “participation” stories for the Washington Post, chronicling her experiences as a substitute teacher and little league umpire. She lives in Northern Virginia with her journalist husband and golden retriever, Lucy, and spends her non-writing time meddling in the lives of her adult children.

 

Books:

A Stitch in Crime, April 2015
A Hattie Lehtinen Mystery
Hardcover
He Loves Lucy, October 2013
Paperback
That Voodoo That You Do, December 2009
Paperback

 

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