The Stars Shine Bright Paperback
A Raleigh Harmon Novel
by Sibella Giorello;
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The Stars Shine Bright
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The forensic geologist, Raleigh Harmon has experienced her fair share of difficult cases for the FBI. But going undercover will turn her life upside down in ways she never imagined.
When thoroughbred horses are dying at Emerald Meadows, Raleigh is sent undercover to root out the race fixing criminals. Meanwhile, Jack Stephanson is assigned as her case agent and only contact, further complicating their already tumultuous relationship.
To make matters worse, her mother gets sectioned for her mental problems and her fiancé decides to make a surprise visit at the worse possible time. What could Raleigh possible do to solve the case and save her family?
Praise for Sibella Giorello:
“Read her for her wonderfully descriptive prose, her killer plots or her well-drawn characters … You’ll come away enriched in deep and plentiful ways” – Review by ‘Richmond Times Dispatch’.
Sibella Giorello began her writing career as a journalist, winning several awards for her acclaimed work. Her first novel, ‘The Stones Cry Out’, won her a Christy award. She currently lives in Issaquah, Washington.
The Stars Shine Bright by Sibella Giorello was published by Thomas Nelson in July 2012 and is our 791st best seller. The ISBN for The Stars Shine Bright is 9781595545367.
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Details for The Stars Shine Bright
|Page last updated||29th August 2016|
|Author / Artist||Sibella Giorello|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (July 2012)|
|Number of Pages||391|