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A bachelor, his left hand now sports a gold wedding ring.


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Could finding love be his greatest scandal of all?


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True love is even better the second time around.


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The renegade cowboy returns


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Do they have the recipe for true love?


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sweeping WWII thriller set at an English country house, described by Lee Child as "like binge watching a great British drama on Masterpiece Theater.


Steven Manchester


Steven Manchesterís writing career was sparked into being during a class for his Criminal Justice degree. Manchester had returned to school following a tour of duty during Operation Desert Storm in 1991. He was working at the time as a prison investigator and thought he would never get the chance to pursue his dream of writing. When he challenged his professor about the narrow-mindedness of the lesson, Manchester was challenged to write the book on what was missing. Nine months later, he placed the first draft 6-5; A Different Shade of Blue on his professorís desk and the rest is history. Writing under the pen name Steve Herberts, Manchester wrote for newspapers and magazines, had two poetry collections published, and wrote a book on his experiences in the Gulf War, The Unexpected Storm: The Gulf War Legacy. Manchester is married with four children and teaches workshops about writing and getting published. To this day, he has written 16 books, with 12 being published.

 

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Twelve Months, August 2012
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