Nothing to Fear

Nothing to Fear
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Publisher : Chicago Series
Total Pages : 0
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ISBN-13 : 0755385217
ISBN-10 : 9780755385218
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Book Synopsis Nothing to Fear by : Karen Rose

Download or read book Nothing to Fear written by Karen Rose and published by Chicago Series. This book was released on 2015-07-02 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A recently released criminal is determined to give the people responsible for putting her there a taste of what she has had to endure. Running to Chicago she poses as a battered woman at Hanover House, a woman's shelter run by Dana Dupinksky. As people around her start dying, Dana realises she is in the middle of a dangerous game.


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