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by Linda Howard

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal


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Until last year, artist Paris Sweeny was normal. Then without warning, everything changed. While standing in a parking lot, Sweeny realized she was seeing ghosts. Suddenly Sweeny's plants were blooming year-round and stop lights would switch to green whenever she approached. Deciding she needs a change of scenery Sweeny relocates to New York City.

There she meets her gallery owner's almost-ex-husband, millionaire businessman Richard Worth. A chance meeting in the gallery between Richard and Sweeny, sets the sparks flying.

In addition to her feelings for Richard, Sweeny is also disturbed by a new psychic development: she is sleep painting works that depict the violence of an actual murder. As Sweeny completes the work slowly, she is faced with terrifying knowledge. One, she is strangely connected to a merciless killer and two, when Sweeny completes the piece, the woman in the painting will die.

The phenomenal Linda Howard spins an eerie, passionate and thrilling tale of murder and the paranormal. Already a major player, NOW YOU SEE HER is bound to catapult Ms. Howard to a whole new level. (June, 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Pocket

Published: June 1999

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