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Formerly a journalist who saw too much and was willing to talk about it, Robyn became Carly, with a new job and identity courtesy of the Witness Relocation Program. Always living in fear that her enemies will find her, Carly has built a protective wall around herself that a successful young attorney determines to shatter.
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A poignant story of danger, love, and trust, Finger Prints is a cherished classic from New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky
Once upon a time she was Robyn Hart, a dogged journalist covering an arson case who saw too much and wasn’t afraid to expose it. But that courage nearly cost Robyn her life. Now under the safety of the Witness Protection Program, she has a new identity—Carly Quinn—with a new job in a new city. As she struggles to make the best of her life in Boston, the terror of the past still lingers, and Carly lives in fear that her enemies will find her.
Though she tries to wall herself off from the world, one determined man breaks through her defenses—successful attorney Ryan Cornell. Though Carly yearns to give him her heart, she doesn’t know if she can. While loving him offers a happiness she thought she’d lost forever, trusting him could cost her everything.
Riveting, emotionally charged, and full of memorable characters, Finger Prints exemplifies the extraordinary storytelling that readers love from Barbara Delinsky.About the Author:
Barbara Delinsky is the author of more than twenty-two New York Times bestselling novels. Her books have been published in thirty languages, with over thirty-five million copies in print worldwide. A lifelong New Englander, Delinsky currently lives in Massachusetts with her husband. She is a passionate photographer, an avid tennis player, a drop-all-when-they-call mom and Grammi, and a confidante to friends of all stripes.
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Book Description G K Hall & Co, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110783819390