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by Jill Marie Landis

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Tracy Potter is a widow struggling to restore a
historic hotel in order
to support her preteen son, Matt, and
college-age stepdaughter, Chelsea.

When Wade MacAllister arrives
at Heartbreak Hotel, he is depressed, guilt-ridden and suicidal. As the novelist Edward Cain, Wade gained notoriety
when a demented man acted out one of his suspense thrillers by murdering 12 women. After the killer was apprehended and the lawsuits ended, Wade/Edward chose to disappear.

After Wade checks into the hotel
he starts having vivid dreams and feels compelled to write the life story of a
sea captain. Is the hotel haunted? Was Captain Ezra Poole a real person? Just when Tracy thinks she's getting a handle on things, shocking revelations threaten to throw everything into emotional chaos.

Secrets have a way of unraveling
and leading to heartache. This rich and compelling novel is the third and final chapter in Landis' powerful Twilight Cove trilogy. For great drama, Landis
is unmatched. (May, 335 pp.,$23.95)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Ballantine

Published: May 2005

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