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AVENGING ANGEL
by Justine Dare

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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When women's shelter
director Regan Keller hears the news, she knows that Rachel's House has a
problem. A killer, dubbed "The Avenger" by the press because his victims
are all spouse abusers, is on the loose. Regan makes a connection between the
killer and Rachel's House—the victims are all related to women who are,
or have been, residents of the shelter.


Fearing the impact that an investigation will have, Regan contacts wealthy Lillian
Court, who is the shelter's sponsor. Wanting to keep this from the press–and
the
police as well—Lillian sends her son, Alex,
undercover to Rachel's House, ostensibly
to fix the roof. However, Regan's problems are growing as she is suddenly
the police's prime suspect in the murders. Whoever
the killer is, they have a close connection
to the shelter.


Vigilantism or justice? This is the central question in the awesome Ms. Dare's
intense and gripping new thriller. As always, the characters are deep and the
action intense. (Dec., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Onyx

Published: December 2002

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