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Madelyn Stone and her brother moved to Seattle to make a fresh start and leave their troubled past behind them. With her brother working in a scrapyard and Madelyn selling handmade items from her cart in Pike Place Market, everything is starting to look up.

It all comes crashing down around Maddie when a thief makes off with her cash box, but not before her vendor cart gets demolished. The investigation police officer, Danielle O’Brien, immediately has Madelyn’s guard up, as well as her heat rate.

Add in a little meddling from the wannabe match maker siblings, Eve and Zoey, at the Pike bakery, and you have a recipe for chaos.

The Pike series is set in the same world as Music of the Soul and London Harmony and can be enjoyed as a standalone.

©2017 Erik Schubach (P)2018 Erik Schubach

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  • zenabuff
  • 28-03-2018

Awesome, Eric man your Brilliant!

The continuing meddling of our two favorite sisters at the Pike, results in the meeting of, and falling in love with a woman cop,and cop fearing woman.

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  • Margaret
  • 19-03-2018

Excellent Audio!

I Loved The Right to Remain Silent. An excellent second book for The Pike Series. It's a great story of Maddie trying to keep her head above water financially while it seems the world is conspiring against her. Enter Officer Danielle O' Brien to the rescue. Excellently narrated by Allyson Voller.

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