Laine Tavish has built a peaceful life for herself in Angel's Gap, Maryland. Once upon a time Laine was Elaine O'Hara, the daughter of Big Jack O'Hara, con man and thief extraordinaire. But Laine's mother divorced Jack, remarried and took her daughter far from that dangerous lifestyle.
Laine's past catches up with her when an old friend of her father's turns up in her antique store and is killed outside her door. That's how she meets P.I. Max Gannon, a man with a mission—to locate millions in stolen diamonds. Max knows Jack was part of the jewelry heist and suspects that Laine may know something. What neither Max nor Laine expect is the attraction that flares between them.
This is one mystery that won't be solved for decades—until New York City detective Eve Dallas takes the case.
Using a clever and intriguing story of missing gems, REMEMBER WHEN has all the elements that make both Nora Roberts' and alter-ego J.D. Robb's books such nonstop fun. (Oct., 448 pp., $25.95)