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Gone Daddy Gone - Sloane Monroe Series - cover

Gone Daddy Gone - Sloane Monroe Series

Cheryl Bradshaw

Publisher: Cheryl Bradshaw

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Summary

A single moment is about to change Sloane Monroe's life forever.  
 
On an early winter morning, college student Shelby McCoy walks the quiet, snowy path back home. A tree branch snaps in the distance. Then another. A man is there with her, following close behind, whispering her name. She looks back, sees him gaining on her, and runs. Who is this man, and why is he carrying a gun? 
 
If you love a great mystery with a surprising twist, you'll enjoy Gone Daddy Gone.  
 
A New York Times bestselling series.  
 
"Another heart-pounding story." 
 
"I have read every thing this author has written and love every word. As a suspense writer there is no equal." 
 
"Superb writing, excellent storyline, believable characters!"

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