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Review William Morrow, 2014 (2014) Hardcover, e-Book
Bernadette 'Bambi' Brewer takes the concept of standing by your man to new heights. (BW)

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Review William Morrow, 2012 (2012) Hardcover, CD, e-Book
Heloise, who raises her son in suburban Maryland while running a high class escort business, seeks an exit strategy as other suburban madams are murdered and her problems escalate. (HW)

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ReviewExcerpt William Morrow, 2008 (2008) Hardcover
Acting as bodyguard to a young television actress is proving harder than Tess anticipated - on her first night on the job, Tess swallows a knockout drug that underage Selene puts in her drink. (LS)

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Review William Morrow, 2015 (1998) Hardcover, Softcover, Paperback
In this 3rd in the series, Luther Beale, after his release from prison, hires Tess to locate the boys who were with his victim when he shot him. (MS)

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Review William Morrow, 2004 (2004) Hardcover, e-Book
Tess Monaghan is hired to find a wife, who has disappeared with three children, leaving no indication of why, where, or how. (JL)