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The Courage to Move On

Mia Jones

Publisher: Crazy Ink

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Lexi Danner's life changed the night her husband, Mark, was murdered before her eyes. They met and fell in love in college. They had married a month after graduation from law school and started working in different areas of the law. To keep from sinking into a deep abyss of depression after his death, Lexi vowed to find the person who murdered him, only to come face to face with more danger than she'd ever thought possible.

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