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DEAD RINGER
by Annie Solomon

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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What happens when you pair an FBI agent with a self-professed bad
girl? Sparks ignite! Special agent Finn Carver is running out of time and options. The agency has received word that reclusive millionaire Victor Borian has obtained weapons-grade plutonium, and Finn has to infiltrate Borian's estate to investigate. Angelina Mercer, whose deceased biological mother was Borian's beloved wife, may be his only hope.

Unjustly labeled a bad girl in her youth, Angelina has since embraced that image. She's also been searching for her biological mother for years. When Finn approaches Angelina with the offer of a trade—information about her mother
in return for her help—she accepts. However, Angelina is less than thrilled when she learns that the FBI wants to
use the fact that she's a dead ringer for her deceased mother as leverage to get her inside the estate.

Back with more sizzle and suspense, Solomon earns her place as a powerful new voice in romantic suspense. This is just the ticket for those looking for excitement and romance. (Oct., 400 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Warner Forever

Published: October 2003

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