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581070 03 02 0446581070 03 9780446581073 15 9780446581073 14 09780446581073 01 BB <b202>01</b202> <b203>Burn Out</b203> A01 Muller, Marcia 01 eng 304 FIC022000 01 01 Traumatized by a recent life-or-death investigation, Sharon McCone flees to her ranch in California's high desert country to contemplate her future. Deep depression shadows her days and nights, and a chance encounter with a troubled, highly secretive Native American woman begins to haunt her dreams. Even though she is determined not to investigate anything during her stay--and perhaps not ever again--McCone is drawn into the plight of the young woman and her dysfunctional family. A murder and traces of violence at a deserted resort lead her across the desert and into Nevada, and finally to a remote and isolated ranch, where danger lies closer that she expects and where her future and life itself may hang in the balance.

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McCone, Sharon (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Women private investigators -- California -- Fiction.