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Owl of the Desert

Ida Swearingen

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ISBN 10: 1892281198 / ISBN 13: 9781892281197
Editorial: New Victoria Publishers, 2003
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Librería: City Bargains (Murfreesboro, TN, Estados Unidos de America)

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Título: Owl of the Desert

Editorial: New Victoria Publishers

Año de publicación: 2003

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:New

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Sinopsis:

Kate Porter emerges from prison after serving a 12-year reduced sentence, having turned state's evidence against her right-wing militia father. But if she thinks she has found freedom to start over in a changed world, she is mistaken. Almost immediately she is recruited as an informant. Her job? To track down her father who is still at large and living underground. She knows that as soon as she makes a move, she will set off an alarm, and her father's minions will begin tracking her. Equally well-trained as a soldier, she hopes they will lead her to her father, and she can have her ultimate revenge against the man she has hated so long.

But emotions are not the only factor. Too soon she realizes she's involved in a much more sinister affair: a high-stakes militia maneuver against the U.S. government, smoother and more dangerous than her father's gun-toting bank robberies ever were. Her only problem is who to trust: Gruber, her intelligence boss; Lissa, her ex-lover from prison, now with a made-over identity and name; or Dwight, her own brother, the crippled televangelist? Only a show-down with her father will reveal the truth of this anti-government plot.

About the Author:

Ida Swearingen has worked as a taxi driver in New York City, a beet shoveler in Minnesota, and more recently, as a family therapist. She lives in Minnesota with her partner. This is her first novel.

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