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  • Title: In Plain Sight
  • Author: Tara Taylor Quinn
  • ISBN: 9780778323082
  • Page: 238
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  • On the outside, Arizona chief prosecutor Janet McNeil is the epitome of a driven, daring attorney who lives life by her own rules But inside, her world is in chaos Terrifying nightmares keep her in a constant state of anxiety Yet saving face is imperative now that she s prosecuting a member of a white supremacy organization, a killer who wouldn t think twice about usingOn the outside, Arizona chief prosecutor Janet McNeil is the epitome of a driven, daring attorney who lives life by her own rules But inside, her world is in chaos Terrifying nightmares keep her in a constant state of anxiety Yet saving face is imperative now that she s prosecuting a member of a white supremacy organization, a killer who wouldn t think twice about using his twisted followers to silence Janet for good Neighbor Simon Green is the only person who isn t begging her to quit the case Simon, an ex police officer with dark secrets of his own, understands how vital it is to obliterate violence and hate But when one word from the most unlikely source threatens to change their lives forever, Janet must decide what risks she s willing to take.
    Tara Taylor Quinn
    Tara Taylor Quinn began her love affair with Harlequin when she was fourteen years old and picked up a free promotional copy of a Harlequin Romance in a hometown grocery store The relationship was solidified the year she was suspended from her high school typing class for hiding a Harlequin Romance behind the keys of her electric typewriter Unaware that her instructor loomed close by, Ms Quinn read blissfully on with one finger resting on the automatic repeating period key She finished the book in the principal s office Forced to leave her romances in her locker after that, Ms Quinn s typing skills improved a fact for which she is eternally grateful.With over 80 original novels, published in than twenty languages, Tara Taylor Quinn is a USA Today bestselling author with than seven million copies sold She is a winner of the 2008 National Reader s Choice Award, four time finalist for the RWA Rita Award, a finalist for the Reviewer s Choice Award, the Bookseller s Best Award, the Holt Medallion and appears regularly on the Waldenbooks bestsellers list Ms Quinn writes for Harlequin and MIRA Books Reviewer, Cindy Penn, wordweaving says, Amazing character development is the hallmark of author Tara Taylor Quinn s work Indeed, Taylor s profound observations of human nature and intimate understanding of values and priorities lends extraordinary psychological depth to all her work Tara Taylor Quinn was born and raised in Ohio Though she wrote her first story at the age of seven, her professional writing career began ten years later when she was hired as a stringer with the Dayton Daily News in Dayton, Ohio She attended Wright State University and graduated from Harding College in Arkansas with a degree in English and Journalism She published several magazine articles before turning to writing as a full time occupation.Ms Quinn is a Past President of the Romance Writers of America and served for eight years on the Board of Directors of that association She has a wide range of experience as a public speaker and workshop presenter for writers groups around the country.When she s not home with her owners, Jerry Lee and Taylor Marie, or fulfilling speaking engagements, Tara loves to travel with her husband, stopping wherever the spirit takes them They ve been spotted in casinos and quaint little small town antique shops all across the country


    Commentaires:

    Marianne
    In Plain Sight is the first book in the Ivory Nation series by American author, Tara Taylor Quinn. Janet McNeil is an Arizona prosecutor whose latest case may be dangerous, but she can’t back out of it: it’s far too important. Jan is prosecuting a killer who is linked with the white supremacist group, Ivory Nation. Subtle, and not-so-subtle threats won’t deter her, and missing or tampered-with evidence that have her wondering just who she can trust, make her all the more determined.Jan’s [...]

    Katy
    Driven prosecutor Janet McNeil has been trying for 5 years to bring down Jacob Hall, whom she believes is a member of Ivory Nation, a white supremicist group in Arizona, while she deals with debilitating nightmares and works to adopt a child she initially had to prosecute for stealing when she (the child) was very young. Her next door neighbor, Simon Green, appears at first glance to be a writer; however, it turns out he is former FBI with a painful past he is trying to escape. Janet's brother, [...]

    Nyah Rust
    personal response: The book was disappointing and i did not care much for the ending she just gave up on life and it was very predictable.Plot summary: Janet Mcneil is a lawyer and when she takes on a case against a man named Jacob hall that she has tried to put away before and has failed to do so yet she becomes very determined to put him away and uncover his white supremacist ties to the Ivory Nation and it puts her and her family at risk. While all this is going on her neighbor Simon Green is [...]

    Sarah
    I bought this book because I read the second one in the series and absolutely loved it. Unfortunately, it wasn't as good. It drags on a little bit, and the ending is overly sappy. it just sort of had me shaking my head. Too emotionally wrought. I did like the way the story had lots of twists and turns, and I found the two main characters extremely likable. So it wasn't that it was a bad novel – it just didn't live up to my high expectations.

    Kjen
    This kept me interesteda good solid read. I waffled between 3 and 4 stars because I do prefer a different kind of romance. The characters were both pretty "damaged" by their pasts.cially Jan I guess their emotional distance was understadable. The ending was well done, too.

    Thelma
    good read

    Julie
    Quick read

    Robbie Bauldree
    One of the best books I have ever read.

    Samantha Colson
    Kind of slow and slightly disappointing in the end.

    Connie
    Interesting book, but not sure if I would continue with this series. I don't really like books about the white supremacy. It was well written though. Just not my cup of tea.

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