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Money Burns by A. E. Maxwell

Money Burns (1991)

by A. E. Maxwell

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Series: Fiddler & Fiora (6)

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To our son, Matthew, who has just learned about money
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It's odd to find a crossroads eleven miles from the nearest pavement, but I sensed Fiora was at one when she said, "I have a project that might interest you."
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He's handsome, hard-edged, and great with a gun. She's a drop-dead sexy financial whiz. And even though their marriage was a failure. Fiddler and Fiora still make terrific partners, both in and out of bed. So when Fiora is asked to help save an old family bank from imminent ruin ruin, she ropes Fiddler into helping out with the muscle part of the assignment while she handles the number-crunching. Fiora's desire for a partnership with her ex-husband and current lover, Fiddler, finds the couple fighting to save a friend's bank and her son from being destroyed by the federal police agencies. Fiddler is helping to protect a Columbian family reluctantly involved with a dangerous drug cartel representative and his right-hand man.

Another delightful entry in this mystery series. Maxwell's characterizations are magnificent, showing people (and dogs, too) as three dimensional individuals with good and bad aspects.
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