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Riassunto: After Ann Nolan, a California beat cop, adopts the daughter of a notorious drug dealer, the ruthless father vows to take back his only child. In response, Ann flees across the country, changes her name, and starts a new life as an investigator for the Mercy Street Foundation, the billionaire-endowed organization dedicated to finding missing persons. As Emme Caldwell, she takes the lead on the Foundation?s first case: Nineteen-year-old Belinda Hudson disappeared from her sorority house leaving behind only one cryptic clue. Retracing the vanished student?s steps leads Emme to Heaven?s Gate, a fertility clinic, and the mysterious Donor 1735. Belinda?s legal guardian, Nick Perone, is determined to shadow Emme?s every move as she searches for his niece. But the closer Emme gets to Donor 1735 and the chilling truth, the more apparent it becomes that she?s escaped one dangerous man only to run head-on into another ? one who?s far more determined and every bit as deadly. Your calls for mercy have been answered...
L'autore: Mariah Stewart is the award-winning author of the Last series: Last Look, Last Words, and Last Breath; the Truth series: Cold Truth, Hard Truth, Dark Truth, and Final Truth; and the Dead series: Dead Even, Dead Wrong, Dead Certain, and Dead End; as well as Until Dark and The President?s Daughter. She is the recipient of both the Golden Leaf Award and the Award of Excellence presented by the Colorado Romance Writers, and has been a finalist for the Holt Medallion. Her books have been nominated for several awards from Romantic Times magazine, including Best Contemporary Romance and Best Contemporary Novel. Stewart is a native of Hightstown, New Jersey, and lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and their two daughters.
Titolo: Cry Mercy (Mercy Street Foundation Series)
Casa editrice: Brilliance Audio
Data di pubblicazione: 2009
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Condizione libro: Acceptable. Book Condition: Acceptable. Codice libro della libreria 97814233712295.0