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Family Claims: A Pinnacle Peak Mystery (Pinnacle Peak Mysteries) by Twist Phelan


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Also by Twist Phelan:

Mystery Writers Of America Presents The Rich And The Dead, May 2011
False Fortune, September 2007
Spurred Ambition, September 2007
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Heir Apparent, May 2007
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Spurred Ambition (Pinnacle Peak Mysteries), February 2006
Family Claims, December 2005
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Family Claims: A Pinnacle Peak Mystery (Pinnacle Peak Mysteries), March 2004

Family Claims: A Pinnacle Peak Mystery (Pinnacle Peak Mysteries)
Twist Phelan

Poisoned Pen Press
March 2004
On Sale: March 1, 2004
260 pages
ISBN: 1590581105
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Hannah Dain, a skilled business lawyer, is on the verge of leaving her family?s law firm for a better job. But her plan is derailed when a real estate deal she?s put together suddenly goes bad. Two million dollars of investors? money has disappeared. If the mistake was Hannah?s, her firm is on the hook for the whole amount.

Career on the line, Hannah decides to investigate-- despite a disapproving father and antagonistic older sister. Having long ago abandoned efforts to heal the family rift, Hannah now enjoys her separate existence, whether drafting a complex IPO or bicycling miles through the hot Arizona desert.

Although she exonerates the firm, a car bomb and two murders thwart the police's identification of the culprit behind the scheme. At work on a new deal, Hannah is assisted by Cooper Smith, the firm's computer consultant and her former lover. Compelled to dig deep for key information, Hannah uncovers a greater threat all too close to home. Only by exposing long-buried family secrets can she save her reputation, her law firm--and her life.


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