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LETHAL
by Sandra Brown

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

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Mega-star Brown returns to her romantic suspense roots with a top-notch, hide-and-seek thriller deftly balanced with romantic tension. The dynamic between the hero and heroine is intensely gripping as their relationship moves from abductor/ abductee to partners. This is escapism at its best!

When widow Honor Gillette’s daughter says there is a man lying in their yard, at first Honor doesn’t believe her. But she’s quickly proven wrong as they are suddenly held at gunpoint by Lee Coburn, the man wanted for allegedly killing his boss and co-workers. Coburn has been deep undercover for the FBI, following the trail of the ruthless and elusive “Bookkeeper.” Coburn suspects that Honor’s late husband was murdered because of what he knew. Because the Bookkeeper’s assassins have infiltrated law enforcement, Coburn fears leaving Honor and Emily behind and soon they are all on the run from ruthless killers. (GRAND CENTRAL, Sep., 480 pp., $26.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: GRAND CENTRAL

Published: September 2011

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