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October Echoes Title: October Echoes
Paperback: 216 pages
Publisher: Renaissance Alliance Publishing (April 1, 2002)
ISBN: 1930928351

When an English diplomat's son is kidnapped, FBI Agent Sara Pierson and her partner are assigned to the task force. The investigation leads them to the Irish community, where the past isn't easily forgotten, and ultimately to Nora de Burgh, a member of the Irish Republican Army serving time in an American prison. The last thing de Burgh wants to do is give assistance to a man that is her sworn enemy, but she finally agrees to help find the boy under her own terms. Sara wonders how far she can trust a convicted terrorist. When their investigation leads to some startling revelations about the diplomat's background, Sara realizes that the only person who can help her find the boy is Nora. The two women, representing opposite sides of the law, embark on a journey to uncover the pieces of the puzzle as they fight against time to find the innocent child. Along the way Sara discovers that her world of black and white blurs into gray, and that the good guys aren't always good.
   
Life's Little Edge Title: Life's Little Edge
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: P.D. Publishing, Inc. (March 30, 2005)
ISBN: 0975436600

Callan O'Malley embodies everything that should scare Terri Barclay. O'Malley freelances as a gun runner for a biker gang, the dark secrets of her past influencing her present. Thrown together by circumstance and unexpected complications of living in the biker world, the women's lives are turned into chaos. Loyal friends of past and present, add to the mixture which brings the two women closer than they ever thought possible. Terri, however, is hiding her own secrets. Secrets that could very well get her - or O'Malley - killed. Terri must walk a fine line between what she now wants and what she is forced into by her sense of duty. She must redefine her approach on life and love and acknowledge that not everything is as black and white as she once believed. She soon discovers that living on the edge with a woman such as O'Malley can be an exciting yet dangerous place.
   

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