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Vagilantes went live on Abbott Press February 29, 2012 – easy order with links below

—– About Vagilantes

There are many fine points to planning a murder.

Rayanne’s life is one of dangerous secrets. Deep within her, she keeps buried the details of the horrific sexual abuse she suffered as a child. Her public face is one of a competent professional who works hard to control the loose ends of everyday life for her clients in Boulder, Colorado. But behind that façade lies the heart of an antisocial, wounded animal—one that will soon become a predator herself.

When she realizes that the star of her childhood nightmare has moved in next door, she is frozen with fear and indecision. Tapping into the feminine power she thought he had stolen from her all those years ago, she finds the strength to control her panic and to take justice into her own hands. She’ll now make certain that he will never hurt another innocent kid.

Someone else unexpectedly confesses to his murder and her life becomes complicated again. Four women are drawn into her drama with a larger mission to fulfill—and soon, more pedophiles die.

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Order your ebook, paperback or hardbound copy today direct from the publisher:

http://bookstore.abbottpress.com/Products/SKU-000482394/Vagilantes.aspx

ALSO AVAILABLE AT –

Boulder Bookstore:

1107 Pearl Street  Boulder, Colorado 80302
info@boulderbookstore.com  Phone: 303-447-2074

Tattered Cover Book Store (Three locations):

www.tatteredcover.com/ Phone:303 322 7727

Amazon:

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Barnes & Noble:

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2 Comments
  1. Sue Campbell permalink
    March 16, 2012 11:27 am

    I read Julie’s book last night, and it IS really good. She keeps the action and suspense moving throughout. Her characters are realistic and moving. And incase there’s any squeamishness around this subject, it’s not told in an obscene or titillating way. We mustn’t turn away and be frightened to face this touchy and embarrassing subject. These predators need to be stopped, and the best way is first to talk about it. And then to educate, and prevent through frank and open communication. So, yes the subject matter is serious, but this book is also an entertaining and moving read. Well worth seeking out.

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