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Race to Truth - Run for Your Life #2

Pamela Beason

Publisher: WildWing Press

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Eighteen-year-old Tanzania Grey has carefully crafted a new life for herself. She’s established an identity as a champion endurance racer, with a steady job at a zoo, a home and a housemate, and more animals to care for than she ever counted on. 
But she can never forget the night four years ago that changed her life, when shadowy figures murdered her family and pursued her down dark alleys. Only one friend in the whole world knows her secrets, but disturbing internet messages hint that someone suspects that she is really Amelia Robinson. When Tana is invited to participate in an extreme Ski to Sea race in Bellingham, Washington, she vows to return to her home town to uncover whatever clues she can find, even though she may be running right into a deadly trap.

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