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By Anne Mateer

ISBN-10: 0764209043

ISBN-13: 9780764209048

She's off to the races!

Caught up in a whirlwind of non secular enthusiasm, Alyce Benson impetuously pledges 3 thousand cash to challenge paintings in Africa. Now she simply has to discover the way to get the money.

Alyce harbors a mystery ardour for pace and vehicles, and she's spent many a day using round the rustic song within the box at the back of her domestic. while she discovers that her father's corporation has backed a racing vehicle that might compete in numerous upcoming events--races within which the motive force can be paid and will win up to 5 thousand money in prize money--she conspires along with her father's mechanic, Webster, to coach and compete.

But while her buddies solid aspersions on Webster's prior, she realizes she can have depended on the incorrect individual along with her mystery. Will Alyce get a hold of the money in time, or will she need to choose from her hasty promise and the fellow who holds a bit of her middle?

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This was completely different. Sinclair noted the woman was young, had long red hair, and was covered in bruises. There were multiple wounds, and it was nauseating. "Sinclair, let the forensics technicians start preserving evidence before you destroy something,” the lieutenant told her sarcastically, never looking up. She was at the bottom of the totem pole. She knew she'd screwed up. She quickly called over the technicians, and kept watch around the yellow tape. Sue Sinclair stood there watching the lieutenant.

He decided to start his crunches right now, promised himself he would cut back on the beers, too. Eddie finished his crunches, then got dressed the rest of the way. He already felt better as he gathered his gun and badge along with the other things he needed, then headed out the door. He glanced over his shoulder once again, absorbing the fact his home was so quiet, so somber, and wondered if he would ever be able to share his heart with another woman again. He damned Ken. It was Ken's fault he thought about dating again.

Lieutenant McNulty was a big man and a little overweight, but it suited him. He was bald, tough, and covered with multiple tattoos. A few of them showed through his perspiration-soaked white dress shirt. He looked at her as they walked side by side, still expressing his gratefulness the commander sent Lauren. "I'm honored ... ” He bumped her shoulder with the side of his arm. Lauren laughed. “I was in the area, that's all, but I'm glad you're so happy, Lieu. ” A few patrol officers eyed her while securing the crime scene.

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