November 28th, 2015
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A Bad Boy For Christmas


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Great November Reads: headstrong heroes and feisty heroines

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If you love the Dark Protectors, these wicked hot Realm Enforcers are for you!

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Can she risk another heart break with a Texan SEAL?

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A Sinister Silent Night

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Ardent Springs: two lost hearts start over

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No matter how far we are in the future, everything connects us to our past.

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Gunfire disrupts a Christmas wedding in this 2-in-1 collection of original, connected novellas.

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Revenge never tasted so sweet


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Also by David Cole:

Torture Memos, September 2009
Falling Down, July 2005
Shadow Play, August 2004
Dragonfly Bones, September 2003
Scorpion Rain, October 2002
Stalking Moon, January 2002
The Killing Maze, February 2001
Butterfly Lost, March 2000

Butterfly Lost
David Cole

When a young girl goes missing it's another

Laura Winslow #1
March 2000
Featuring: Laura Winslow
384 pages
ISBN: 0061013943
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Mystery Private Eye

Was It About Forgetting Her Past...

Hacking onto the electronic trail of people who want to stay lost is Laura Winslow's business. But when an old Hopi commissions Laura to find his granddaughter, she doesn't want any part of his vision of Powakas or Navajo skinwalkers--or anything else that will remind her of her old life as "Kauwanyauma" back on the "rez" in Arizona. The Hopi's granddaughter, however, is one of too many girls recently gone missing, and that Laura can't ignore.

Or Finally Facing It?

Propelled by her own bad memories, Laura reluctantly begins her search, a trail that leads her into the testosterone-laden rodeo circuit and drops her between the crosshairs of stolen heritage and a quest for ultimate power. This investigation, though, is cutting way too close to her own demons for Laura to handle. Holding body and soul together--and catching a killer--means she must get beyond the angry desire to destroy the past and allow herself to be the woman, and the Hopi, that she's always tried to deny.


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