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DEAD END
by Mariah Stewart

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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The discovery of yet
another young girl's
body brings homicide detective Evan Crosby to anger and despair. It also makes for long days and nights. Thankfully, Evan's new love interest, FBI profiler Dr. Anne Marie McCall, understands. It's not the unpredictable nature of their jobs that's a stumbling block to their future, it's the unsolved murder of Annie's former fiancé, FBI agent Dylan Shield.

Realizing that neither Annie nor
the Shield family is at peace, Evan
offers to take a look at the cold case. Annie doesn't realize that she's about to stir up a hornet's nest. Dylan's killer is lurking close by and ready to eliminate any threat to capture him. But since they're focused on a vicious child killer, Evan and Annie may not see the danger until it is too late.

In her hardcover debut, powerhouse romantic suspense maven Stewart completes her intense and creepy Dead series. A mystery that has run through the previous books is finally resolved--and in spectacular fashion. This book will leave you breathless! (Sep., 288
pp., $19.95)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Ballantine

Published: September 2005

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