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DANCING IN THE DARK
by Dee Davis

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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After losing her husband and son in a car accident two years ago, Sara Martin is still recovering, emotionally. Then she begins to receive prank calls. At first she's annoyed, but as they persist, she grows alarmed that her caller may be the infamous Sinatra Killer.

Det. Eric D'Angelo agrees to meet Sara Martin as a favor to his partner, Tony, the husband of Sara's best friend. To her surprise, Sara feels a rush of passion and attraction for Eric. But with a dangerous killer stalking her, they may never get the chance to explore that attraction.

A creepy killer with a definite agenda makes DANCING IN THE DARK a top-notch suspense. This story of extreme loss, treachery and danger also adds up to great romance. (Sep., 294 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Ivy

Published: September 2003

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