What She Doesn't KnoweBook - 2011
"Rita Brooks has her life in control, with a satisfying job and an Internet relationship with a man a safe distance away. But before she can meet Brian LaPorte in person, Rita is nearly killed in a horrific accident. She emerges from a coma remembering a cryptic message given to her by another soul. When Brian's brother, Christopher, shows up, demanding to know what part she played in his suicide attempt, she's sure that soul was Brian. To make sense of his urgent message, she must go to New Orleans. Christopher is the shadow to Brian's light, everything that intimidates ... and draws her. Unfortunately, she needs his help, because Brian had shadows, too, and someone is trying to kill her to keep those shadows secret. Amidst the chaotic revelry of Mardi Gras, she is plunged into a bizarre masquerade where masks conceal dark secrets, deep longings ... and murderous intent.Originally published by St. Martin's Press, 2004.Look for Jaime Rush's Offspring series, from Avon Books! Sexy...dangerous...outcasts. They possess extraordinary abilities, and someone is hunting them down.REVIEWS:"Tina has unforgettable female protagonists and action-packed, almost haunting plotlines." - Janet Evanovich New York Times bestselling author"Tina Wainscott always delivers ... I love to curl up with anything she writes." New York Times Bestselling author Heather GrahamThe move to harder-edged suspense has certainly paid off for the multitalented Wainscott. She has joined the ranks of top-notch purveyors of gripping andintense suspense. --RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars TOP PICK!What She Doesn't Know is suspenseful, tense drama of intrigue and deception. Ms. Wainscott does a wonderful job of keeping you in suspense about the true identity of the killer. With surprising twists and turns, this reviewer wasn't disappointed. - aromancereview.com."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Tina Wainscott, 2011.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource
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