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Bones of Contention

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The time had come.

Duncan Van Epp was old--and death was calling him. It was time to reveal the tragedy of what had happened in the town of Contention sixty years ago. It was time to tell the truth... .

When Carrie Chase opened the door to Duncan's home on one of her daily visits, her worst fear was realized--her dear friend had passed away. And when the autopsy revealed tha
Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Intrigue #176, 253 pages
Published November 15th 1991 by Harlequin Books (first published 1991)
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A very mild romance with a bit of mystery. Two likable people are drawn together to solve a murder that took place in 1931. The 'Bones of Contention' refers to the skeletal remains unearthed in Contention, Nevada. Read the story if you like suspense; the romance is okay.
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