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by Judith Yates Borger When a bomb kills scores of people on a Minneapolis light-rail train, newspaper reporter Skeeter Hughes sets out to find the terrorist. Is it someone from Minnesota's huge Somali community? Is it a computer-savvy bank embezzler? Or someone totally unexpected? Skeeter vows to find the killer for reasons both professional and personal. One of the dead is her best friend, who also happens to be the city's mayor.
Wise-cracking Skeeter struggles under the crush of being a mom and wife in a rocky marriage and with an employer always on the brink of bankruptcy. But like a multi-faceted diamond Skeeter shines brightest under extreme pressure. If you like Kinsey Millhone, you'll love Skeeter Hughes.

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