9 edition of The Man She Thought She Knew found in the catalog.
August 8, 2006
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He’d been a savior to the young girl who’d witnessed the murder of her father. But when her childhood hero guns down a man in cold blood and leaves his pregnant wife and three children behind, Cauley’s got a choice.
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