There’s no place like home…especially when it’s the center of a horrific criminal enterprise.
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Nach ihrer Rückkehr aus Virginia erholt sich Johnnys Arm von seinen Verletzungen viel schneller als erwartet. Außerdem beginnt er seinen Einzelunterricht bei Mary. Adam und Cindy machen sich sogleich an die Arbeit, um Jay und Ronnie dabei zu helfen, sich ihren Traum zu erfüllen und Kinder zu adoptieren.Als Miguel und seine…
Event planner Marina Konyeshna is a tomboy in peep toe pumps who can plan both elegant soirees and adrenaline-pumping skydiving birthday parties. Unfortunately, her quarter-life crisis is in full swing: she’s crashing on the sofa bed in her mom’s basement, her career at Prestige Events is veering toward disaster and her Adderall prescription needs to be refilled but she’s low on cash.
To make matters worse, Marina witnesses a terrifying assault and discovers the body of a young girl on the banks of the Susquehanna River. It’s soon clear the two events are related, but she's forced into silence by the thugs responsible.
Enter a mysterious and gorgeous client from Turkey. Arman Ocalan, a wealthy construction company owner, takes Marina out on a date and sparks fly; but Marina’s boss’s boyfriend warns her to stay away from Arman and his “connections,” leaving her confused. When Arman invites Marina to form a team for an elite geocaching event, she can’t pass up the prize money. As their team’s adventures in Northeastern Pennsylvania unfold, neither Arman or the competition are what they seem and the fates of six strangers depend on Marina, her two best friends and Arman coming in first.
If plucky heroines had their own secret society, Marina Konyeshna, Stephanie Plum and Bridget Jones would all know the handshake.
About the Author
Heather Harlen grew up in Northeastern Pennsylvania on a steady diet of Three Investigators, Choose Your Own Adventure and Little House on the Prairie books. Her own adventures in a dozen countries, including studying in Spain and living in Moscow, Russia as a Peace Corps volunteer, are endless sources of inspiration.
She earned her B.A. in English and her teaching certification from Muhlenberg College and an M.A. in creative writing from Wilkes University. She is proud to be a National Writing Project Fellow and co-authored first book, A TEACHER, CAROL, with three colleagues from the Penn State Lehigh Valley Writing Project in 2012. Her current obsessions include zombies, Mad Men and trying foods made on Top Chef. Heather and her husband live near Allentown, PA where she teaches English in an urban middle school.
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