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Rachel Lee - Conard County - Bibliography



 

Published: July 1, 1994

The Unexpected Here
by Rachel Lee

Thunder Mountain speaks in the voice of fire….

It was scarcely possible to believe, but Mercy Kendrick could not escape the sensation that the storm-racked mountain looking down on Conard County was a living, breathing entity - a being so powerful it could destroy an unwelcome mortal in an instant...

 
Published: April 1, 2009

Protector of One
by Rachel Lee

After a devastating accident, Kerry Tomlinson is left with psychic abilities. She has plenty of skeptics, but her visions provide vital clues to a double murder. It isn't long before the killers determine the extent of Kerry's insight, putting her on a dangerous path toward unexpected love.and death.
   
Published: December 1, 1999

Nighthawk
by Rachel Lee

Excerpt pp 8-12

Esther Jackson sat on her front porch and watched with bemused irritation as a sheep devoured her flower garden. As far as the eye could see there was nothing but grass, a few huge old cottonwood trees, the distant mountains....and the fence that should have kept that sheep on the other side, off her property.

The August wind blew steadily. Hot and dry, it seemed to be turning her skin to parchment. She ought to go in and put some cream on her face, but she couldn't make herself get out of the rocking chair. The sheep, trespasser thought it was, was too amusing. Too irritating. Too...out of place. It seemed to have a passion for marigolds and geraniums. Esther wondered in a detached sort of fashion whether it was going to get an upset stomach.

She supposed she ought to do something -- shoo it back beyond the fence perhaps, excwept that she couldn't see where it had managed to break through. Except that she'd never dealt with any animal than dogs and cats in her life and she wasn't quite sure what to do. Did sheep bite?

 

   
Published: September 15, 1999

Involuntary Daddy
by Rachel Lee

FIRST-TIME FATHER...

Rafe Ortiz didn't know a thing about babies. But as a DEA agent, he was an expert at spotting criminals. So when his new son's mobster uncle started asking too many questions, Rafe knew it was time to split. He needed the safety of Conard County.

   
Published: July 1, 1994

Thunder Mountain
by Rachel Lee

Thunder Mountain speaks in the voice of fire….

It was scarcely possible to believe, but Mercy Kendrick could not escape the sensation that the storm-racked mountain looking down on Conard County was a living, breathing entity - a being so powerful it could destroy an unwelcome mortal in an instant...

   

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