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About the author: Melissa F. Miller is a crime fiction writer and commercial litigator.

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She is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and has worked as an attorney in international law firms located in Pittsburgh and Washington, D. She is a former law clerk to a federal district judge. Currently, Melissa writes and continues to practice law with her husband, who is also an attorney. A follow-up, Irretrievably Broken , is slated for publication this summer. She lives in Boiling Springs, a small town in South Central Pennsylvania, with her husband and their three young children.

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Irreparable Harm (Sasha McCandless, #1) by Melissa F. Miller

So will the fact that there are people who want to stop the investigation, no matter what the cost. Is it far-fetched? Perhaps, but as a reader, not a pilot, I enjoyed the plot and the path it took. So far there are 7 books in this series. Sasha will need to rely on her legal training and her Krav Maga training in equal measure to find and stop a madman before he strikes again.

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She sounds pretty awesome, right? And she is. Noah is a brilliant lawyer. He has a beautiful wife and a lovely home. I was once on the road to becoming him; but, in , my husband also an attorney and I left our large, international law firms in Washington, D. We opened up our very own teeny tiny two-person law office. Now, instead of working seventy-plus hours a week, I can play with our three young children and work on my novels, as well as practice law.