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Broken Through

Adam and Grace Book Two

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ISBN: 9780995975620
format: Trade paperback
series: Adam and Grace
pages: 356
publisher: Joanne Paulson
pub. date: 2018-10-20

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Grace Rampling, sweating miserably in the newsroom during an oppressive heatwave, desperately misses her new lover. Three weeks after she first held Sergeant Adam Davis in her arms, he's in California at a conference . . . and it's the worst possible timing. An SUV crushes a Smart Car. Grace's friend Suzanne discovers a dog shot dead in an alley. Then, as a cataclysmic thunderstorm rocks the dark night, someone commits a terrible crime. With no Adam in her bed, and faced with a power outage, Grace helps Suzanne brave wild weather to reach the police. Neither suspected the crime would prove more hideous than they could have imagined. Or that it was just the beginning. Adam can think only of making love to Grace, but he returns to find his city gripped by a taut and watchful fear. As the police force's most intuitive crime solver, he must grapple with his PTSD -- and delay a full relationship with Grace -- to find a murderer. J.C. (Joanne) Paulson was born in Saskatchewan, Canada, and has never been able to leave the wide blue skies and endless fields of her home province. Educated in political science, English literature and journalism, she has been a writer and journalist for her entire life. She worked for more than 30 years at the Saskatoon StarPhoenix, starting at the age of 15. In the newsroom, she was a reporter, business editor, arts editor and occasional news editor. Paulson was also the editor of The Western Producer, an agricultural publication, and works for the community newspaper, the Saskatoon Express. A rabid reader of mystery novels, she has long admired the works of Dorothy Sayers, P.D. James and Louise Penny. She lives in a rambling bungalow on a quiet street in Saskatoon with her husband, Ken, a goldsmith. They disappear whenever possible to a lake in the province's north.

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