Green Eyed Burn by David A. Lloyd

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In a world of double-dealings and hidden indentities, who can you trust? And what if the only way to survive is to betray someone you love? The year is 2020 and a new form of drug called INK is sweeping the nation. The only hope in stopping this plague of terror is Catherine Wildman, a super sexy RCMP Officer, who finds herself caught in the middle of a dark world of double-dealings and hidden identities. Thrown together by fate and deception ,Catherine’s only hope is trusting a demoralized Journalist, a stranger, who has fallen hopelessly in love with her. A man she will betray as she learns she is not only a pawn, but a target in an international game of terror and greed. A game where the players on both sides may not be who they seem. A game where her only way out will be to burn the ones she loves.

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Published June 28, 2004 by PublishAmerica. 274 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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