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Open Season
Daisy Minor, small town librarian, wakes on her 34th birthday and has an epiphany – she’s boring. She lives with her widowed mother and aunt, wears uninspired clothes to work every day, and doesn’t have a boyfriend. All she wants is to get a life. With the help of some well-meaning friends (and some not so well-meaning ones) Daisy gets a makeover, a new home and a puppy. She also gets the attention of Police Chief Jack Russo. When Daisy witnesses a crime, she becomes the killer’s next target. While Jack tries to protect her and unravel the mystery, they explore their sizzling attraction. With just the right mixture of romance and suspense, Linda Howard serves up another entertaining read.

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