ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT
For the holidays, Brockmann gifts
her readers with the culmination of a
long-delayed love story -- that of fan favorite Jules Cassidy. Of course, in true Brockmann style, this wedding tale is packed to the gills with plenty of danger, bombs, terrorists and stalkers. But, most of all, it is a satisfying love story.
What starts out as a small wedding morphs into a major production as family, friends and Troubleshooter colleagues all want to be there. First, however, an assignment in Kandahar places Jules in grave jeopardy. And since nothing can ever go smoothly, a nosy reporter and a nutcase stalker are wreaking havoc. Can this wedding be saved? (BALLANTINE, Nov., 304 pp., $16.95)