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THE EDGE OF MIDNIGHT
by Beverly Jenkins

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

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Sarita Grayson's Detroit community center is on
the brink of closure, so when a gang lord makes her an offer to keep it going, she has no other choice but to agree to his terms. The mission that she's begrudgingly accepted is to steal an elusive set of diamonds. In return, she'll get money to keep the
center afloat.

Mykal Chandler is tired of criminals running the city. Vowing to take action,
he organizes a secret organization
of vigilantes to make the streets safe again. Their track record is flawless, until Sarita interrupts a sensitive
operation and Mykal winds up
getting shot.

An established historical novelist, Jenkins proves that her writing knows no boundaries in her first romantic
suspense book. Sarita's determination
to save the center at all costs, and Mykal's desire to keep her safe,
peppers the suspense with terrific
motivation. Plus, the continuous
action will leave readers begging
for more. (Feb., 375 pp., $6.50)

Reviewed By: T.L. Burton

Publisher: HarperTorch

Published: February 2004

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