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TRACELESS
by Debra Webb

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

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The secrets are deep and dark in the small Alabama town of Pine Bluff, where sex, obsession and jealousy lead to murder in Webb's breakout suspense debut. As a series author, the talented Webb has built a wide fan base that should be thrilled with her vengeful and chilling new tale.

Ten years ago, Clint Austin was convicted of the murder of cheerleader Heather Baker, largely due
to the testimony of Emily Wallace. Angry at Clint's early parole, Emily returns to her hometown to find a
way to make him pay. Clint, however, has other plans. He's determined
to unlock the secret of who really
killed Heather.

Emily's vengeful obsession gets
a bad jolt when she begins to suspect that she may have made a horrible
mistake and sent the wrong man to prison. But if Clint is innocent, how and why was evidence suppressed? Whose dark secrets were and are being protected? Finding out could get both
Clint and Emily killed. (ST. MARTIN'S,
Sep., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Robin R. Pendleton

Publisher: St. Martin's

Published: September 2007

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