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The secret keeper

Author: Paul Harris
Publisher: New York : Penguin Group, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Four years ago, British journalist Danny Kellerman was covering the political crisis in Sierra Leone as a war correspondent. He begins a love affair with an American woman named Maria Tirado, who helps run an orphanage for ex-child soldiers. But Danny can't shake the feeling that Maria is hiding something from him. As the crisis in Sierra Leone worsens, Danny has no choice but to leave and return to London. Four  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Romance fiction
Detective and mystery fiction
Fiction
Love stories
Mystery fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Harris
ISBN: 9780525951025 0525951024
OCLC Number: 778979914
Description: 321 pages
Responsibility: Paul Harris.
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Four years ago, British journalist Danny Kellerman was covering the political crisis in Sierra Leone as a war correspondent. He begins a love affair with an American woman named Maria Tirado, who helps run an orphanage for ex-child soldiers. But Danny can't shake the feeling that Maria is hiding something from him. As the crisis in Sierra Leone worsens, Danny has no choice but to leave and return to London. Four years later he receives a letter from Maria in Sierra Leone asking for his help, the letter was dated three weeks earlier and Danny learns Maria was murdered in a roadside robbery. Danny returns and uncovers a string of secrets and a hidden truth that could destroy those in power. Danny is forced to choose between his journalistic integrity and the devastating consequences of speaking the truth.

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