Dark Passage by Danielle Girard
(The Rookie Club, Book 3)

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Rookie Club member Cameron Cruz was devastated when her lover was killed during an undercover assignment. Pregnant with his child, she finds the strength to give birth to her son and return to Special Ops.

As Cameron's team works to shut down a human trafficking operation, she witnesses the shooting of a fellow officer. The man holding the gun—her dead lover—very much alive.

Caught between the love she still feels for her son's father and doing what she knows is right, Cameron races to unravel her lover's connection to the human traffickers and lands at the department's front door, with her own life on the line.

"A gritty new cop series that can beat out the "old boys network" any day of the week." ~Lisa Gardner, New York Times bestselling author
"[some] of the strongest female characters to have graced the genre in years." ~John Connolly, New York Times bestselling author
"...grabs your curiosity and your emotions, and then shakes the hell out of both." ~Jonathon King, Edgar Award-Winning Author of Midnight Guardians

THE ROOKIE CLUB, in series order
Dead Center
One Clean Shot
Dark Passage

Chasing Darkness
Savage Art
Ruthless Game
Cold Silence

As one of four children, Danielle Girard grew up in a house where the person with the best story got heard, and it's probably no surprise that fast-paced suspense stories have always been her favorite. Girard's books have won the Barry Award and been selected for the RT Reviewers Choice Award. Two of her novels have been optioned for movies. Visit her website at www.daniellegirard.com.

About Danielle Girard

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Danielle Girard lives in Bozeman, MT.
Published July 3, 2013 by ePublishing Works!. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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