Kathryn - Missing Pieces

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She is a beautiful Army captain with brains and beauty to spare and a history of trauma. She has a deadly mission that is a secret even to her. He is a seasoned Army detective investigating multiple murders. Can anything good come of this combination?

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About Genara Palmer

Palmer is a native New Mexican. She retired from the U.S. Army after serving for twenty years as a training officer, unit commander, personnel officer, and drug and alcohol control officer, among other assignments. She completed teaching certification requirements and a master’s degree in Technological and Occupational Education at the University of New Mexico. She then worked with the Kirtland Air Force Base Educational Services office for ten years.

Most of her writing has been for academia and the military, although she has privately published a book of her father’s history and two volumes of her mother’s history. Kathryn: Missing Pieces is her first novel. She is working on a sequel.

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Review by: Richard Palmer on Jan. 18, 2011 :
A very well written novel. I enjoyed how the author was able to weave much of her beleifs into the book and yet not sound preachy. As an English teacher, I look carefully at such things as grammar, punctuation, spelling, and all those annoying things we English teachers have a tendency to get hung up on. For a book of this length it was surpisingly free of typos and other such annoyances. I look forward to reading the sequel, assuming of course that there will be one. Incidently, I too know the author, but that did not alter my opinion of her book. Great Job!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Sheryl Stanley on Sep. 12, 2010 :
I know the author personally; she served a career in the Army, so she knows a lot about the environment in her story. The book is beautifully written. It ends on a note that leave room for a sequel (I hope!). Highly recommended.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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