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About the Author
Award-winning author, Steven J. Clark, was born and raised in the mountains of Utah but spent most of his adult life in the warm climes of California., with short sojourns to Texas, and Tennessee. Ransomed Hearts is his fourth novel, and the first written under a pen name.
Clark lives in Chester, UT with his wife, Lauri (Rosier) Clark, and a large white dog named Casper..
Mr. Clark welcomes contact from his many fans around the world either through his Facebook page or you can reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Amazon top-ten best seller, Native American Fiction category, Sept 4, 2015
When Robert and Lena Begay walk into his tiny law office in Farmington, NM, little does Navajo attorney, Danny Whitehorse suspect that what they say will threaten not just his law practice, but his life and the lives of everyone around him. Gannon Oil Company is turning off natural gas wells on the reservation. "How many?" Danny asks. "Many," Begay says, "very many."
When Danny files a lawsuit against Gannon, he quickly finds that his biggest challenge isn't winning, but staying alive long enough to get the lawsuit to court.
TOP TEN FINISH IN THE 2014 INTERNATIONAL 'CRITIQUE MY NOVEL' BOOK COMPETITION.
Single mom, Cass Rosier, the first ever female sheriff of Nicholas County, West Virginia, has a problem. Young women, all of them dressed in beautiful scarlet evening gowns when found, are turning up up dead in her county.
When Cass's childhood best friend, Samantha (Sam) Martin, now a successful New York Attorney, unexpectedly shows up in town, fleeing an abusive ex-husband, Cass recruits her to work as a special investigator on the case.
Pretty Dresses is a spellbinding tale filled with intrigue, mystery and romance.
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Second Book in the Danny Whitehorse/Jason Stevens series
Carrie Bringhurst, 32-year-old widowed mother of two, watches in horror as a deer jumps in front of a motorcycle that has just passed her. The rider tries valiantly to avoid the crash, but loses the battle. Man and machine careen crazily off the road, and she realizes she's the only one who can render aid. As she rushes to the man's side, little does she know that under the rider's heavy dark beard and straggly long hair she will discover the face of Ransom Connor, the man she once loved and sent off to war, but who vanished without a trace ten years ago.
She doesn't know whether to love him or hate him, but after hearing his story, she has no choice but to help him. But is it safe to expose him to her children? What if they end up loving him just as she once did? What would happen if he just up and left again?
Readers of Linda Lael Miller or Robin Carr will find Ransomed Hearts a familiar, touching, and sometimes sizzling romance that incorporates a JA Jance or James Patterson-style thriller that will alternately have you gripping the the arms of your chair and reaching for your box of tissues. Sara Jane Cassidy is the pen name of author Steven J. Clark.
Other Novels by Steven J. Clark
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Terror and romance combine as eco-terrorists carry out a plot that could kill millions
All Matthew Yazee wants is for his employer to take care of his medical bills. After all, it was the stuff in their barrels that made him sick. What he doesn't expect when he walks through the doors of the Whitehorse, Stevens and White-horse law office is that his innocent complaint will unearth the most dangerous eco-terrorism plot America has ever faced.
Just as investigator, Chaco Whitehorse begins his investigation he receives the most shocking news a man can ever receive. He has a child he knew nothing about, and the mother is back in town
Sara Jane Cassidy is a pen name used by Mr. Clark. The cover image shown may not be the final published version.