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EDGE OF THE MOON
by Rebecca York

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal

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Kathryn Reynolds is beginning to have a very bad feeling about the disappearance of her tenant and friend, Heather DeYoung. Tracking a number of people gone missing, detective Jack Thornton is sent to interview Kathryn.

When Jack and Kathryn meet, both experience a strange jolt. What neither realizes is that people and events are being manipulated around them. A dangerous magician named Simon Gwynn is attempting to perform a ceremony that will enslave a demon from another dimension. The demon, Ayindral, has no intention of allowing this to happen and will do whatever's necessary to save itself. Suddenly Jack and Kathryn are at the center of an inter-dimensional war whose outcome could be disastrous for mankind.

Rebecca York ratchets up the tension and romance in her latest eerie paranormal thriller. As she's previously shown, York has an amazing aptitude for delivering major chills and thrills. (Aug., 336 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Berkley

Published: August 2003

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