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by Amanda Quick

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Regency England

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The delightful detecting duo of Lavinia Lake and Tobias March are back. This time, they're hunting a serial killer.

A house party at Beaumont Castle seems ideal for a romantic tryst.
However, Lavinia and Tobias' best-laid plans are interrupted by a late-night
visitor: Aspasia Grey, a stunningly beautiful and somewhat mysterious woman
from Tobias' past who needs his help.

Lavinia is not convinced they should take the case—after all she found Aspasia and Tobias in a rather compromising position in his bedroom. But Tobias cannot turn down Aspasia's plea for help, especially since it involves an old case, an assassin, a supposedly dead killer and strangely ominous threats. Suddenly a quiet, romantic weekend becomes a deadly game, as it appears someone is imitating a dead man's modus operandi.

In Lavinia and Tobias, Amanda Quick has come up with the Nick and Nora of Regency sleuthing. This dynamic duo not only solves crimes, they build a sensual, powerful, loving relationship. SENSUAL (May, 350 pp., $24.95)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Bantam

Published: May 2003

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