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San Diego Homeless Murders
Elizabeth
Meadows

When we first meet William, he is with one of his victims. He is a killer, but the narrator asks that we not judge William until we first review his life. He is the son of a lifelong Marine as well as the brother of a Marine who has given his life serving our country.

INSPIRATIONAL:  Rupert has all but retired from his past profession, due to his lame left leg. He was injured during his last case and is in hiding in order to save himself from The Hunter. He is satisfied with the life of a steward, but that changes with the arrival of three young women and their chaperone - who show up on his doorstep penniless, with nowhere to go.

He’s My Husky
Sherry
Gloag

Max came back from America with two purposes in mind: to console his friend Sue over her divorce, and to find out if Emma’s son could possibly be his. He and Emma had had a one-night stand ten years ago after Sue’s wedding. Then several months later, Emma wrote him with news that she was pregnant with his child.

What a Rake Wants
Maggi
Andersen

Widow Althea Brookwood has been left virtually penniless, with the exception of a small bit of her dowry and Owltree Cottage.  Lord Montsimon starts showing interest in the Lady Althea, although he is known to be a rake and has always proclaimed to be against marriage.  Althea tries to avoid the man; for although she k

Rebecca’s dream had always been to be part of a reality show. She and her mother used to watch them together and Rebecca had applied to many - and now she had finally been selected! Her only regret was that now her mother was gone and would never get to see her on TV.

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