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THUNDER AT DAWN
by Jill Gregory

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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Prosecutor Faith Barclay is good at her job, but two recent cases have her questioning her skills. The first is learning that an innocent man was executed, and the second is not keeping a wife-abusing potential killer behind bars.

Desperately needing a break, Faith leaves Philadelphia for a four-week
vacation back at her family's cabin
in Thunder Creek, Wyoming. Before
she even arrives, Faith nearly has a
collision with her teenage romantic nemesis, Zach McCallum. Faith has never forgiven Zach for abruptly
dumping her years ago, so finding
out that they are both now single
doesn't thrill her.

Zach has never forgotten Faith, and since second chances are rare, he isn't going to squander this one. Zach's courtship will have to wait though, as danger from Faith's past and Zach's current business issues are both threatening
to boil over. The brutal murder and dumping of a woman's body at Faith's cabin seems to be sending her a message. Is she next on the list?

In this latest book of the Thunder Creek series, past mistakes and
secrets lead to creeping death and destruction. Thunder at Dawn has
a gritty edge that keeps the suspense taut and the romance hot. (Aug., 307 pp., 6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Dell

Published: August 2005

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