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The Assassin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2011

    Very good read

    Suspence, Romance, Mistery, all in one place. Look forward to reading Deep Cover

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2006

    Gritty, fast-paced, perfect!

    I liked this book a lot! The heroine was a unique, tough character, the story plausible, and the romantic tension was just right. The pacing was done deftly, too, or else I wouldn't have bought into this being a proper crime procedural. And it certainly feels like one. I can't wait for book three in this series. I applaud the courage of the author in her non-traditional heroine and reluctant cop-hero, and I'm quite eager to see what will happen to them next!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2005

    Filled with Thrilling excitement

    This book is one of the most thrilling stories i have ever read filled with suspense, sex, morals, etc....

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A gripping thriller

    In Key West, artist Selina McCaffrey runs Island Dreams, an art gallery except when she is on assignment for her ¿Uncle¿ William Davis. Fourteen years ago William ¿helped¿ Selena with a problem involving a death and she would do anything for him now. William sends Selena to clean up a mess incriminatingly left behind by his assistant Damon Long. An irate Damon detests Selena who is treated more like William¿s family than a worker...................... Selena temporarily moves to Tulsa to live next door to Detective Tony ¿Chee¿ Ceola, who is putting together a case against William. Selena is to destroy the dossier and if necessary kill the cop. Damon hopes she will mess up though he admits she is a survivor. While a serial killer murdering the dregs of society leaves behind ¿repent¿ as his message diverts Tony¿s efforts to put away William, the detective and his assassin fall in love. Will Selena choose the man who gave her a lifeline when she was a drowning teen or the cop that offers her a lifetime of love?..................... The key to THE ASSASSIN is the believability of Selena as a fighter, a survivor, and a woman in love; the cast including Chee pale next to her. The story line grips the audience from the moment Selena shows her skills against a much heavier male opponent and never slows down until she must choose sides. Readers will wonder whether she will go with the father figure who ¿saved¿ her in the past or the hunk who offers her a warm enlightened future. Rachel Butler provides a gripping thriller that keeps her audience guessing which one Selena will select.................... Harriet Klausner

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