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THE ASSASSIN
by Rachel Butler

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

2005 Romantic Intrigue Nominee

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Having been rescued
off the mean streets of Jamaica when she was
a teenager, Selena McCaffery owes
her life and allegiance to William
Davis. Unfortunately, several years
ago, Selena learned that her "uncle"
was a criminal mastermind and then William tightened his control over
her by forcing Selena to kill a man
in self-defense.

Now William wants Selena to rid
him of a problem: Homicide detective Tony Ceola has gotten too close to
solving the vigilante murders, and William wants Selena to find out what Tony knows—and kill him. Trapped, Selena makes contact with Tony, only
to discover that he's a man she finds admirable and attractive. Can Selena find a way out of this potentially
dangerous dilemma?

Moral choices and risky loyalties make this story of a cop and his potential killer highly intense reading. Selena is a tough, damaged yet compelling heroine whose life has been anything but easy. Butler has created an unforgettable new heroine whose future adventures promise to be just as riveting. (Apr., 357 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Dell

Published: April 2005

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