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Author: Kaje Harper
Original Title: Unacceptable Risk
Book Format: Paperback
Number Of Pages: 332 pages
First Published in: October 1st 2011
Latest Edition: October 1st 2011
Series: Hidden Wolves #1
Language: English
Main Characters: Paul Hunter, Simon Michael Conley
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