Mercy

Mercy

Book - 2001
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After his life is saved by Michelle Renard, a beautiful surgeon from backwoods Louisiana, Theo Buchanan seeks her out to thank her, and becomes caught up in her battle against an evil secret society out to destroy her.
Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, 2001
ISBN: 9780671034016
0671034014
Characteristics: 402 p. ; 25 cm

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digitbaxter
Jul 18, 2016

This book is really boring. Most of the book is about the Rowing Club. The main characters, Michelle and Theo, are barely in the first third of the book. The story is so convoluted the reader just wants it to end. I kept reading the book because Nick and Laurant are in other books in this series. Should have skipped this one.

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LoveChild60
Mar 25, 2014

LOVED this book! I thought it was boring in the beginning so started another book. It was worse, so went back to Mercy. So glad I gave it a chance. It was funny, romantic and full of mystery. One of her best. Easily 5 stars!!!

josaally Nov 03, 2011

This book was hilarious, action packed and well written

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shannongehman
Jun 28, 2011

Theo Buchanan, Justice Department attorney, is suddenly taken ill at a Gala event where he is supposed to give a speech. He is rushed to hospital where Dr. Michelle Renard saves his life. Jake Renard, Michelle"s father, notices the attraction developing between Theo and his daughter and invites Theo home to Bowen on the pretense of a fishing trip.Jake's real motive is to play match maker between the two. Meanwhile, a group calling themselves the "Sowing Club", four white collar criminals who have made millions illegally, and stashed it in off shore accounts, ramp up their crime repetoire to include murder. John convinces his partners that his wife is ill and in pain and this would be a "mercy" killing. What does this have to do with Michelle? The woman murdered is related to Michelle, and has left her and her family money, as well as proof of the Sowing Club's wrong doings and clues to her murder. This puts Michelle on the club's new murder list. Michelle and Theo run for their lives as they search for clues in order to uncover the identities of the killers.

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escobarm
Feb 13, 2010

Garwood takes readers into New Orleans' exclusive Garden District and the backwoods of Louisiana's mysterious bayou country in an unforgettable novel of passion and suspense that cuts straight to the heart.

When esteemed Justice Department attorney Theo Buchanan is struck ill at a New Orleans gala, Dr. Michelle Renard works fast to save his life. Soon, Theo finds himself in a race to save her when Michelle is targeted by a deadly crime ring. They call themselves the Sowing Club, a devious foursome driven by greed to accumulate millions in a secret bank account. Now, they're dead set on silencing Michelle, who might know the secret behind the mercy killing of one of their wives. Dodging a world-class hit man and a band of cunning criminals, Michelle and Theo walk a narrow path between passion and survival.

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