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2 books of A.P. Lynn

Mason City Police Detective Mark Daniels wishes his life were over. Reeling from the sudden death of his wife and the shooting of his long-­time partner, he finds himself scrambling to save his home from foreclosure. One afternoon, a young black woman named Julie Warren waits on his front porch, hoping to rent out his wifes studio. What no one knows is that Julie is actually an immortal being. She has come to Earth after millions of years of travel in an attempt to embrace her human side, knowing that she is capable of killing Earths inhabitants with a single thought. As Mark returns to work after a long absence, he finds himself with a new case and a new partner, Detective Cassie Edwards. She also has secrets, and much to prove after a disappointing career with the Seattle Police. Together, the detectives delve into a simple assault case. It quickly turns into a web of theft, deception, murder. It also beings to involve Julie, and risks the exposure of secrets to a planet not . . .

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In Arrival, the first book of the Miandi series, Detective Mark Daniels meets Julie Warren, a young entrepreneur, who was renting out his deceased wife?­s studio. Her involvement in a property scheme case piques his curiosity as to the background of his tenant and the world she lives in. What Mark cannot discover is that Julie is actually an immortal, who has arrived on Earth to attempt to live life as humans do, without her powers or her past getting in the way. Now in The Cleaner, Mark?­s curiosity over his tenant grows stronger, and Julie?­s unwitting involvement in his caseload only heightens her fear that he will discover her secret. Mark and his new partner, Detective Cassie Edwards, are assigned to assist the arson team, when a series of arsons claims the son of a prominent Mason City attorney. The investigation reopens deep wounds for Mark, who lost his mother in a fire. They join Lieutenant Lawrence Rutherford and trainee Melanie Keegen in a search for the arsonist and the . . .

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