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Penny for Them

Penny for Them
Title: Penny for Them
Published: January 14, 2014
Author's Twitter: @PhilipCatshill
After learning of her stepfather’s death, Penny reveals the secrets that have kept her in hiding for thirty years. Her account begins in 1982, when a jewel robbery brought mayhem and death to central England. The following day, secret agents persuaded Penny to pursue her father’s murderer, Sean Moran. Penny discovered her stepfather, who was a junior minister in the British Government, had conspired with Argentinian agents towards the occupation of the Falklands. While trying to warn the British Government, the adventure takes Penny and Sean to Argentina, where a colonel in the brutal military regime realised Sean had the diamonds from the robbery. After rescuing the badly injured Sean, Penny discovered how her stepfather had engineered the arrest. Having thwarted his plans, her stepfather promised not to rest until he sees her dead body. Penny escaped him, but underestimated the lengths he would go to ensure her death.

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Peripheral Involvement

Peripheral Involvement
Title: Peripheral Involvement
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Published: February 12, 2014
Jack Caufield learns that a terrible event in his past may not have been a coincidence. His search for the truth is complicated by the knowledge that discovering it could cost him the career that he’s spent his life chasing.    

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Kiss and Tell

Kiss and Tell
Title: Kiss and Tell
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Published: September 28, 2012
'KISS AND TELL'  introduces us to Jill Shadow, a criminal lawyer who has overcome a traumatic past. Forget every lawyer stereotype you've ever come across, because Jill certainly breaks the mould... Imminent danger has seen Jill transferred to a safe house, with news that her daughter is missing, possibly abducted from school. Jill reckons that two events are key to solving the mystery. One is surely the release of her ex-partner Jimmy, but the other could be her recent involvement in the disturbing case of Bella Kiss, an Anglo-Hungarian drug smuggler.

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