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Set in Los Angeles, teacher Brenda Finnegan and her animal trainer boyfriend Bob Zebrinski witness a kidnapping. Brenda decides she must do what she can to find the people behind the crime and the victim's subsequent murder.
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Published November 1st 2002 by ebooksonthe.net (first published 2002)
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Brenner and her Hollywood animal-handler "somewhat" boyfriend, Bob, have taken one of his cats, a tamed Bengal tiger, on a field trip in Santa Monica, which attracts the attention of a mother and daughter outside a beachfront restaurant. As Brenner and Bob shows the young girl how tame the tiger is, the mother is suddenly abducted by men in a passing vehicle. This becomes an amazing start of a sassy, intelligent and quick-paced story as Brenner and Bob examine their relationship while taking on ...more
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Hi! I’m Anne Louise Bannon. I wrote my first short story at age 9 and my first novel at age 15. Since then, I've written a couple other books and have worked as a journalist. I've written about a lot of different things, from winemaking to city hall meetings to fantasy and my work has appeared in newspapers across the country and numerous websites.

Mostly though, I write mysteries, with some fantas
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