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by Lois Greiman

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Amateur Sleuth

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The third book in Greiman's Christine McMullen series has much to offer, including snappy dialogue and fast pacing. Christina, a likably flawed character, and the secondary characters come to life to create a world that's too good to miss out on. Plus, the chemistry between Christina and her police detective paramour sizzles.

There's just no denying
that homicide detective Jack Rivera gets psychologist Christina's blood
rising. This shouldn't be a bad thing, but in the past Rivera has tried to
have her arrested for murder. Now, they are trying to get past their
differences -- until Rivera himself
is arrested for murder.

He's accused of murdering
his ex-girlfriend, who just happens
to be his rich senator father's
current love. Christina knows she
must help in any way she can, but
first she must decide if she believes Rivera is innocent. As she looks
into everyone's past, secrets are revealed -- secrets that someone would kill to keep hidden. (Dell, Feb.,
400 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Robyn Glazer

Publisher: Dell

Published: February 2007

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