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|Format: ||Paperback, 496 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 17 April 2012|
Nora Roberts - the world's greatest storyteller. Abigail Lowery has a dark and terrifying secret. Aged just sixteen, she witnessed a shocking mafia murder. Narrowly escaping with her life, she was forced to leave her old identity - even her real name - behind for good. Fifteen years later Abigail is still hiding from the world - a semi-recluse in the quiet, rural town of Bickford, Arkansas. She has convinced herself that this is all she needs: peace, safety...and her faithful guard dog Bert. Perhaps now, at last, she can stop running. But Brooks Gleason, the local chief of police, has other ideas. Abigail intrigues him - and he'd like nothing to break through the walls she has built around herself. His persistence and determination to uncover the truth is unsettling, exciting - and dangerous. One way or another, it will change both their lives for ever.
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About the Author
Nora Roberts is the number one New York Times bestseller of more than 200 novels. With over 400 million copies of her books in print, she is indisputably one of the most celebrated and popular writers in the world. She has achieved numerous top five bestsellers in the UK, including number one for Savour the Moment, and is a Sunday Times hardback bestseller writing as J. D. Robb.
Every Nora Roberts fan knows that romance is at the heart of her novels - but here she skilfully interweaves a plot worthy of a top thriller writer...It's a winning combination - but keep a tissue handy Irish Examiner Nora Robert's 200th book will do nothing to halt her run of bestsellers. Romance is at the heart of Robert's novels - but here she skilfully interweaves a plot worthy of a top thriller writer Edinburgh Evening News A gripping thriller Woman's Own
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