Eagles Die Too by Meg O'Brien

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While writing a story for Newsweek on a school for bodyguards, Jesse James is joined by her mother and her mother's new husband, Charlie, but when Charlie disappears, Jesse must change from stringer to sleuth.

About Meg O'Brien

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O'Brien is a student of herbal healing practices.
Published July 1, 1992 by Doubleday. 245 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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After flunking a course for executive bodyguards, which she took in order to research an article, Jess meets--and is attracted to--pilot Mac Devlin, one of the instructors, at a bar and overhears an argument he has with Sam Garner, another pilot, over an unnamed woman.

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