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EVERY MOVE YOU MAKE
by Jill Jones

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Suspense

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Following a bitter divorce, Regan McKinney decides to relocate and start life over. She chooses San Francisco, to be close to her sister Kat and her teenaged niece Blair.

Regan's arrival couldn't come at a worse time, as a serial killer is stalking and murdering redheaded women in the Bay Area. Both Regan and Kat have been out of the dating scene for a very long time. Together they decide to try and slip back into the stream by visiting a local dance club. That disastrous outing gives them the idea for Plan Bwhy not take dance lessons?

Upon meeting dance instructor Peter Smith, Regan decides that they've made the right decision. Following her ex-husband's betrayal, Regan vowed not to trust again, but Peter's warmth and kindness quickly win her over. Unfortunately, Regan has also caught the eye of a killer. A vicious e-mail alerts Regan to the fact that the "Dancemaster" is hunting her. FBI Agent Sam Sloan is very alarmed by the message sent to Regan. This is one killer who seems to be able to slip in and out of sight with apparent ease.

EVERY MOVE YOU MAKE is an extremely intense psychological thriller that is dark, disturbing and completely gripping. Author Jill Jones' migration towards straight suspense novels is now complete. (Mar., 320 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: St. Martin's

Published: March 2002

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