Our lives intersect with those of others without advance warning of the consequences. Sometimes, the effects can last a lifetime. Three lives suffering loss due to murder and betrayal intersect in early 1900 Chicago. It’s not safest place to hide from life, loss, or memories. “Where is Harry?” Published May 2008 Young Mary's life takes her into a world of murder, hatred, madness, and a betrayal of the worst kind. Her only prayer throughout the horror is that her brother, who she has never met, will rescue her. “Claire: New York Heiress – Chicago Madam” Published October 2008 After the loss of everyone she loves, other than a circle of school friends from Paris, Claire is forced to run for her life. In Chicago her life intersects with Mary's in what initially seems an inconsequential way. “Richard: It’s In The Blood” First time in print was in this trilogy volume. Later it was published as a stand-alone novel for those who had read Harry and Claire. Richard's life is impacted by the murder of his father, and the betrayal by her mother. After relocating to Chicago, he finds he cannot outrun his past.
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