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NOT WITHOUT PROOF
by Kay David

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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Jennifer, an assistant at a diamond brokerage, accompanies her elderly boss on a business trip to Rio. Her first night ends in horror when she finds her boss murdered. Four nights later, a mysterious man steals into her hotel room and saves her from a storm of bullets. Her rescuer identifies himself as Stratton,
an investigator. He skillfully dodges Jennifer's many questions and gives her two choices: come with him and live
or stay at the hotel and die. Jennifer chooses to live.

Ex-mercenary Stratton has been hired by the International Diamond Dealers Association to find a murderer and a diamond thief. He follows Jennifer and her boss to Rio after suspecting
they are involved. When Jennifer's boss turns up dead, Stratton snatches her and decides to keep her until he can
figure out her connection to the killings. As the body count rises and they race
to stay one step ahead, Stratton realizes the only thing Jennifer's guilty of is
stealing his heart.

David's latest entertains with high suspense and compelling international intrigue. But too many suspects and
secondary plots slow down the action. (Jul., 448 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Susan Mitchell

Publisher: Harlequin Signature Select

Published: July 2005

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