"Where is Harry?" was my very first book. It wasn't written with the intention that I would ever write more about any of the characters in it.
Then people starting telling me that Claire was their favorite character. Well, what writer worth a darn would ignore that from his/her readers?
So I wrote Claire. Again, and I do believe that I have a well-functioning brain, it didn't occur to me that anyone would want me to take it further.
WRONG! So, Intersections was written. Later I realized that the folks who had read Harry and Claire, would appreciate being able to buy Richard without buying Intersections. So I published it as a stand-alone, too.
If you prefer your novels short and sweet...start with Harry. If you're looking for a bargain, get Intersections and all three are in one volume.
ANYTHING for you, my readers!
Part 2 of Intersections: Love, Betrayal, Murder
After the loss of everyone she loves, other than a circle of school friends from Paris, Claire is forced to run for her life. Her friends are determined to keep her safe and to stay together. Coming to her rescue in New York, they manage to keep her safe—for the time being.
In Chicago, they create a new life, a new business, a new chance for a brighter future. Claire’s life intersects with Mary's in what initially seems an inconsequential way. Then Claire meets Richard—a cop—and her life, her business, her future all change against all her attempts to push him away.
Claire and her friends fight Roaring 20s gangsters and, despite the danger, still manage to carve out a life that is full and prosperous, all the while remembering that the ties of friendship should always be tended with love and understanding.
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