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FIVE IN A ROW
by Jan Coffey

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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Computer genius Emily Doyle lives quietly with her son, supporting them through a variety of jobs. She thinks the anonymous gifts she's been receiving lately are from a harmless admirer, but the sender—hacker Lyden Gray—is anything but that.

Obsessed with Emily, Lyden is crazy enough to use his technical capabilities to get her attention by causing a series of car accidents. When investigator Ben Colter is called in to find out what's going on, Lyden is infuriated by Ben's budding romance with Emily—and enraged enough to kill anyone, even
the woman he says he loves.

Utilizing an all-too-plausible scenario that should chill new car owners everywhere, Coffey takes the reader on a wild ride. It all works because Lyden is believable, even semi-sympathetic
in his own demented way, instead
of just a drooling caricature. (Jul.,
400 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Catherine Witmer

Publisher: Mira

Published: July 2005

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