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Lori Wick
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Feb. 15 1997 Rocky Mountain Memories (Book 3)
Lori Wick's novel presents an unusual story of love, intrigue, and faith. Can McKay Harrington penetrate the wall of secrecy surrounding Callie's true identity to share the saving love of Jesus Christ?.

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Lori Wick is a multifaceted author of Christian fiction. As comfortable writing period stories as she is penning contemporary works, Lori's books (more than6 million in print) vary widely in location and time period. Lori's faithful fans consistently put her series and standalone works on the bestseller lists. Lori and her husband, Bob, live with their swiftly growing family in the Midwest. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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5.0 out of 5 stars This is a great book! June 14 2001
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I really like "To Know Her By Name". McKay is a handsome, daring man who was wounded in a fight. A country, reclusive woman finds the hurt man and takes him in. As he heals he finds out more and more about this woman. It turns out Callie is not as clueless and country girl as he thinks. It turns out she's working for the government as an undercover agent and is working on the same case he is. (He works for the treasury department.) Travel with McKay and Callie as they work to catch a criminal and slowly fall in love with each other.
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This Lori Wick novel is one of love and espionage, mixed with a strong Christian emphasis. To Know Her by Name is easy to read, but should be read after reading the two books leading uup to this one in its series. Callie Jennings and McKay Harrington are two completely different types of characters, but they share a common interest, working for the Treasury Department after the American Civil War. Both are employed by Nick Wallace. McKay and Callie meet unexpectedly in the woods, due to a twist of fate, or, as I like to call it, God's will. This book is interesting because of Callie's diverse personality. Sometimes, it is hard to know what she will do next. She is an undercover spy who tries to catch Duncan Phipps, a wealthy banker, in the act of dirty dealings. She poses as both a man and a women in an attempt to discover the secret dealings of Duncan and his men. Her last disguise for the case includes a blond wig, a Scandinavian accent, and a maid's occupation. Unlike Callie, McKay seems to have a steady and unmoving personality. While Callie is spying, he is performing his duty as a spot checker to different banks questionably involved with Duncan. Intertwined with Duncan's schemes are Callie's brothers, Govern and Jubal Hackett. This bend in the story adds to Callie's indecision on whether to aid the Treasury Department in the arrests of the Duncan gang of swindlers. In the end, Callie is put in a dangerous situation out of which only God can help her. As her mind is racing she thinks, "I have no idea what to do here, Lord. Does Nick even know that I'm in trouble? If he didn't try to see me last night, then he probably doesn't know anything. Would Nick want me to keep my mouth shut during torture?" This book also has an under current of symbolism. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars New, but great June 12 2002
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This was new for Lori Wick. I had already read quite a few books by Lori Wick, but this book suprised me. Not that it was a bad book, it was a great book. It was just that Lori Wick, as I had thought, was a pretty easy-going writer. Nothing extreme. Her books didn't have much action. Not that, that is a bad thing, but this was the first book that actully had a villian. Well, a mean villian. I thought it was cool that Pup was a spy. And it pretty much had everything I wanted in a book. I thought it was so interesting and fascinating I read it in abou 6 hours.(:
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