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A deadly poisoning, a stolen painting and a criminal mastermind challenge the skills of Sharpe and Donovan


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Opposites attract in this gilded age historical romance when a young American suffragette eschews marriage until a handsome detective is hired to protect her from a dangerous stalker.


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The CDCs Outbreak Task Force director is on the hunt for a killershe doesn't need the distraction of her bodyguard!


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When missing turns to murdered, one woman's search for answers will take her to a place she never wanted to go


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Where do you go when you're at the end of your rope?


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The men of BOLO Consultants uncover a dangerous enemy in the City of Sin.


Edna Robinson

Edna Robinson

Edna Robinson (1921–1990) was an author and copywriter, who wrote the famous Oreo cookie lyrics “A kid’ll eat the middle of an Oreo first” and such lines as “Navigators of the world since it was flat.” Her short story, “The Trouble with the Truth,” was first published in the 1959 edition of the New World Writing series and selected as one of the “most exciting and original” stories of its time by the editors. The story has now been expanded into a novel of the same name, edited by her daughter Betsy. For more information, go to BetsyRobinson-writer.com.

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The Trouble With The Truth, February 2015
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