On Her Trail by Marcelle Dubé

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After five years of covering seedy Eastern European politics, Laura Thorsen returns to Canada only to run afoul of the mob. When they try to kill her over an explosive exposé, she flees to her secluded childhood home in the Yukon. Little does she know that her estranged mother is also being haunted—by the ghosts of her dead husband and a former lover who disappeared thirty-four years ago.

Their nearest neighbor, Mack Hawkins, is drawn into the action when mobsters track Laura down. Despite her protests, he insists on his own brand of personal protection, and desire soon sparks between them. But in this race for time, will Laura be able to evade those who want her dead and mend her relationship with her mother before it's too late?

45,000 words


About Marcelle Dubé

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Marcelle Dubeacute; grew up near Montreal. After trying out a number of different provinces-not to mention Belgium-she settled in the Yukon, which isn't a province at all and where the bears outnumber the people. Undaunted, she started her family and now has two beautiful daughters. Her short fiction has appeared in On Spec magazine; Polaris: A Celebration of Polar Science; Open Space: New Canadian Fantastic Fiction; and Challenging Destiny, Issue 25. Polaris received the 2007 Canadian Science in Society Book Award and was a finalist for the Aurora Award, Canada's readers' choice award for science fiction and fantasy. On Her Trail is her first novel.
Published May 26, 2010 by Carina Press. 136 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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