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THE WOMAN IN BLUE
by Janice Kay Johnson

Genre: Series

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Janice Kay Johnson showcases
her talents in the enticing story of a sexy rancher who matches wits with a spirited policewoman after a body is found on his property. As she works to identify the victim, he is busy peeling away her prickly layers until THE WOMAN IN BLUE (3) gives way to a woman in love. Although the story suffers from sluggish-middle syndrome, Ms. Johnsons rich-toned characters and solid conflict make for very good reading.

Reviewed By: Pamela Cohen

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: August 1999

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