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VANISH IN PLAIN SIGHT
by Marta Perry

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: MILD

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Vanish in Plain Sight picks up the action with many of the same characters from Perry’s previous romantic suspense, Murder in Plain Sight. Set in Amish country, readers will enjoy a compelling mystery combined with interesting lessons about the Amish customs and ways. It’s a perfect romantic whodunit.

Marisa Angelo’s mother disappeared when she was young. She’s spent her entire life wondering what made her mother walk away from a loving husband and an adoring daughter. When her mother’s suitcase turns up in the wall of an old house, all her unanswered questions come to the surface. Determined to get to the bottom of her mother’s disappearance even if it means facing some ugly truths, Marisa returns to her childhood home in Lancaster County. Link Morgan knows that no good is going to come from the old suitcase he’s uncovered inside the walls of his uncle’s home. But turning it over to the police is the right thing to do. Wanting no part of the secrets that come with it, Link cannot help but be compelled by Marisa and her determination to find answers to her mother’s disappearance. Soon Link becomes embroiled in the mystery, believing it is the best way to protect his family’s interests. But the truth is that he is drawn to Marisa and will go to any lengths to protect her, even if it means risking his own life. (HQN, Jun., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: HQN

Publisher: HQN

Published: June 2011

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