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To Catch a Thief: Female Pinkerton Agents Nab Their Men in Four Interwoven Novellas

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In a time when women find career options limited, four Chicago women get the chance of a lifetime - busting a ring of train robbers for the Pinkerton Detective Agency. Working undercover in Windmere Falls, Colorado, they begin to unearth clues overlooked by their male counterparts. Ruth Hunnicutt clothes mysterious characters in her dress-maker's shop. Could her interpreta ...more
Paperback, 360 pages
Published December 31st 2003 by Barbour Publishing (first published December 1st 2003)
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4 Romances in 1 Book - Awesom
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4 in 1
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Dec 31, 2013 Sandy Duke rated it liked it
Very interesting to have four different authors write different parts of the same story. I was surprised that it worked as well as it did. I loved the idea of female Pinkerton agents.
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Meh, it was okay. The first two stories were a little hard to get in to, but I liked the third one and the last one was my favorite. The first two romances were pretty shallow (but I guess it's pretty hard to squeeze four romances into one book and have them sound believable). Probably not a book I'd read again.
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can we tell I borrowed books from my mother in law again! I kept expecting it to get better with each story by different authors, but there was very little to the story.
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Carol Cox has an abiding love for history and romance, especially when it’s set in her native Southwest. As a third-generation Arizonan, she takes a keen interest in the Old West and hopes to make it live again in the hearts of her readers. A pastor’s wife, Carol lives with her husband and daughter in northern Arizona, where the deer and the antelope really do play—within view of the family’s fron ...more
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