The Bookstore Lady

The Bookstore Lady Danny Walker is tracking Paulina Chourney who fell deep into the dark side of life and is lucky to get out before her boyfriend Maddox kills her She escapes Maddox and arrives in a small town which s

  • Title: The Bookstore Lady
  • Author: Diane Bator
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Danny Walker is tracking Paulina Chourney who fell deep into the dark side of life and is lucky to get out before her boyfriend Maddox kills her She escapes Maddox and arrives in a small town, which she sees as a blessing in disguise since the men she worked for would never think to look for her in a lazy, backwater place like Packham She changes her name to Katie MullinDanny Walker is tracking Paulina Chourney who fell deep into the dark side of life and is lucky to get out before her boyfriend Maddox kills her She escapes Maddox and arrives in a small town, which she sees as a blessing in disguise since the men she worked for would never think to look for her in a lazy, backwater place like Packham She changes her name to Katie Mullins, makes a deal on a little bookstore and joins a local writing group then successfully fades into anonymity Until Danny Walker shows up to visit family and figures out who she is When Paulina catches her 80 year old landlady Hilda Clayton sneaking out in the middle of the night, the bad guys catch up to her and Danny disappears Katie has to choose between spending her life on the run or standing up to face her past Hopefully before the quirky townsfolk turn her death into a spectacle.

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    1. Having two POVs is really well done and easy to follow; the characters are real enough, and the protagonists are likable enough. The theme of escaping from crime-boss works, though I almost put the book down because the early chapters under crime boss control -- the lady so doped, drunk, and regularly abused -- didn't sound like someone who could be saved in the short time to be the primary protagonist.But she did escape, and thus began the next phase of living undercover, just coincidentally in [...]

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