Constable's Apprehension by Laurie Moore

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Reserve Deputy Constable Raven returns in this page-turning sequel to the critically acclaimed Constable's Run. This time, Raven's got more problems than just a cheating boyfriend . . .There's Yucatan Jay, who may or may not work for the CIA and is far from what he appears to be . . .There's Dell, another Constable, who's getting a divorce . . . Raven's ex, Jinx Porter, is back in office and in big-time trouble . . . and a whole host of other outlandish, Texas characters. Raven's biggest problem, aside from the fact that everyone seems to think she's the one who's trying to kill Jinx, is a problem of the heart: all the men in her life want to marry her!

Merry Laureen Moore, "Laurie" to her friends, is a 23-year law enforcement veteran and attorney who currently practices law in Fort Worth, Texas. A member of the DFW Writers Workshop, Laurie is still a licensed, commissioned peace officer.

 

About Laurie Moore

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Laurie Moore holds a Ph.D. in Expressive Psychology and has taught both graduate and undergraduate students. She teaches workshop retreats and writes the "Letters to Dr. Laurie Moore" column. She holds a private practice in Los Gatos, CA, Santa Cruz, CA, and nationally by phone. Visit her at www.DrLaurieMoore.com.
 
Published October 2, 2003 by Five Star. 452 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Like beads of water on a hot skillet, fury sizzled behind her eyeballs.") A Mexican standoff with ATF agents that ends when a deputy brandishes a sex toy as a weapon is a typical scene in a book whose attempts at racy humor ("a profile of ponderous knockers threw his beating heart offtrack") won'...

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