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The O'Hurley's

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By Mark GrahamPublished 26 days ago 1 min read
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Nora Roberts also had a second volume of two books for 'The O'Hurley's'. These two books are titled 'O'Hurley's Return' and the individual books are entitled 'Skin Deep' and 'Without a Trace'. 'Skin Deep' is the story of another sister by the name of Chantel who is mainly all business with her decisions on life and relationships and 'Without a Trace' is all about their only brother who is close to his family, but needed to find his own way in life, but he also needed something else to be truly happy.

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