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Is it possible to fall in love in the afterlife? The question is answered in this exciting new paranormal romantic suspense from USA TODAY Bestselling Author, Maureen A. Miller.

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When someone from her past comes to town to cause trouble, Kari Stuart and her sassy kitten Queenie will have to work hard to protect the Serenity Sanctuary in this new Catskills Pet Rescue Mystery.

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When it comes to killing, practice makes perfect!

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Her first big case… Could be her last.

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An emotional novel about first love, second chances, and what it means to follow your heart!

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Bestselling author Jennifer Estep continues her Gargoyle Queen epic fantasy series where magic reigns, alliances are tested, and a dangerous attraction could tear down a throne. . .

Slugfest by Rosemary Harris


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Also by Rosemary Harris:

The Bitches of Brooklyn, August 2013
Slugfest, June 2012
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
Dead Head, April 2011
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
Slugfest, April 2011
Dead Head, April 2010
Hardcover / e-Book
Pushing Up Daisies, February 2009
Mass Market Paperback (reprint)
The Big Dirt Nap, February 2009
Hardcover / e-Book
Pushing Up Daisies, February 2008
Hardcover / e-Book

Rosemary Harris

Watch your back!

Dirty Business Mystery #4
Chestnut Hill Books
June 2012
On Sale: June 1, 2012
Featuring: Paula Holliday; Rolanda Knox; Connie Anzalone
275 pages
ISBN: 0615622275
EAN: 9780615622279
Kindle: B004RCNS60
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
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Romance Contemporary

When I was eight, I was convinced I could disappear. It's not as crazy as it sounds. It wasn't as if I saw dead people or thought I could beam myself to another planet. I did it all the time. Grown– ups and teachers would smile and glide past me to torture another poor kid who hadn't cultivated this valuable skill.

It had been years since I'd thought about this long– neglected talent, but I prayed it was like riding a bicycle as I crouched in a shed, hoping the person who'd already killed two people would not see me or the women I was hiding.

"You in there, little girl . . . ?"

Dirty Business


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