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Firecloud (Harlequin Superromance No. 320)

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IT ALL STARTED INNOCENTLY ENOUGH Santa Fe photographer Robin Hayle snapped a picture of an Indian pot--a pot that expert Adam Farwalker claimed was a forgery! Determined to get to the bottom of it, he and Robin suddenly found themselves embroiled in danger. Someone didn't want them asking questions. Robin's shop was wrecked, her car forced off the road. Adam was angry he'd ...more
Published July 1st 1988 by Harlequin
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Molly Swanton and Carla Peltonen were born in in Aspen, Colorado, U.S.A. on January 22 and September 12. In the late 60s, both newly returned from bumming around the world, they met in Aspen in the Red Onion, an Old West saloon. They were both new brides, wet behind the ears. It was several years later that they dreamed up Lynn Erickson, the pseudonym a combination of their husb
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