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3.48  ·  Rating Details ·  66 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
From the bestselling author of "Day of Fire" comes this tale of romantic suspense in which a woman finds her life, and her heart, in danger after developing a highly controversial artificial intelligence. Original.
Paperback, 371 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Leisure Books (first published 2005)
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Nikki Musselman
Nov 08, 2016 Nikki Musselman rated it it was amazing
I have to give this five stars. At first, I admit, it was a little iffy and I was debating about whether to keep reading, but after a couple chapters I was hooked. My heart hurt for Bella when everything kept happening, and I may have even shed a couple tears at some times. I highly recommend this book.
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Jigsaw by Kathleen Nance

This was a very good story.

The description of the book I am listing below is from the back jacket of the book. I'm adding it because I believe the one on the Goodreads page does not depict this story.


Headlights in a blizzard, a car following too close, too fast, left Bella Quintera wrecked by the side of the road. Such reckless driving, especially in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, seemed ominous. The identity of her rescuer confirmed
Jun 24, 2010 Linda rated it liked it
Recommends it for: contemporary romantic suspense
It has been four years since Daniel Champlain betrayed Bella Quintera or was she wrong about what happened? Can two extremely smart people with doctorates help each other with their jobs, heal each others hurt -AND- catch the bad guy? Read the story to find the answers.

Daniel and Bella meet again after Bella has created what may be the first artificial intelligence. Leery to share anything with Daniel (he works for the NSA) Bella must decide who deserves her faith and trust. Her father, colleagu
Jul 23, 2011 Drucilla rated it it was ok
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The only part I liked about this book was the A.I storyline. The chemistry between the two main characters wasn't really there and to be honest, I don't know why the book is called 'Jigsaw'. The main character makes jigsaw puzzles and the bad guy sends them to her but it don't play a part in the story.
Nov 10, 2012 Tasula rated it liked it
Scientist Bella Quintera (dad Lionel) build Artifical Intelligence named Fran, and get chased by bad guys who kill Sci Alex Chen and try to steal Fran; Govt man Daniel and his team help her get away
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soso; computer A.I. mystery
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I can't say that I'm one of those authors who announced to their mother at the age of six that they were going to be a writer. My first declared career choice was detective. I was reading Nancy Drew at the time, and half in love with Ned Nickerson. A distinct aversion to eminent bodily harm, however, made the career choice an impractical one.

The notion I could be a detective, though, came from a b
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