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   Birthright, by RJ Palmer  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2010
 
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      One beleaguered man... In the bitter cold of an unseasonable Colorado winter, Raine Donnelly's life is turned hopelessly upside down. The things that begin to happen couldn't possibly be real. Machines malfunction and electricity goes haywire, and that's just the beginning. The doctors think it's a brain tumor and that he's having blackouts and hallucinations and insist on further testing. But if that's the case, why is someone trying to kill him? Isn't one scared and dying man relatively harmless? One woman living in no man's land... Raine's widow Sierra is planning a vacation to Colorado with her twin daughters, Renee and Elizabeth who have been contrarily insisting that they're going to visit their dead father and ruining Sierra's carefully cultivated calm and rationality. It took her a long time to piece her life back together after he died and for her daughters to refuse to accept the truth is tearing her apart. An inevitable chance encounter... When their worlds collide all hell breaks loose and Raine must find a way to piece together the fragmented truth of his past without getting all of them killed...

     
     
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