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by Judith E. French

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: MILD

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French can add another gripping suspense to her repertoire of bestsellers with her newest novel. With a gift for creating an ominous yet homey atmosphere, the author spins another web of a suspense-filled tale with intrigue and romance. This novel picks up where Blood Kin left off, with deadly secrets, the curses of a Native American burial ground and plenty else to keep readers on edge. The author makes you feel like you're right in the midst of the action.

After Abbie Night Horse
flies to Tawes to visit her mother and explore some ancient artifacts discovered at a Native American burial ground, her mother becomes the
victim of a vicious murderer.

Upon returning to his hometown, chief of police Buck Davis is faced with a murder, a mysterious drowning and a town living in fear of a curse. Then he falls in love with the victim's daughter. Together Buck and Abbie try to unlock the town's secrets and find the killer, but the truth may hit closer to home than either anticipates. (love spell, Apr., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Autumn Harrison

Publisher: Love Spell

Published: April 2007

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