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The Great Chili Caper (Brewster #1)

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It took a lot to shake up this tough cowboy, but she had a real knack for itWhen chili czar Clint Brewster asked Philips Investigations to find out who had stolen his latest recipe, Wade Philips pounced on the case. He needed inspiration for his next Nick Petrelli detective novel, and The Great Chili Caper had it all--intrigue, drama and high-speed chases. Hell, there was ...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Temptation 90s (first published March 1st 1996)
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Thelma Zirkelbach was born and raised in Austin, Texas. At age four, she composed a poem that went, "Happy as a chicken, Happy as a pig, Happy as a rabbit that danced a little jig" and announced that someday she would be a writer. Okay, she had a ways to go, but her goal was clear. It would, however, take several decades to realize that goal. As a child she loved pretending. She and her friends dr ...more
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