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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2000

    This is a wolderful book.

    Maria Stewart has the capability to grab your interest and not let go until the very end, this book really pulled me in and made me feel as if I was living their experiences with them. She is very detailed and easy to follow. All I can say is if you enjoy reading, then this book is perfect to curl up in front of a fire and lose yourself in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2000

    Wonderful suspense and romance!! Watch out Mary Higgins Clark!

    I LOVE Mary Higgins Clark and this lady writes very similar. Wonderful reading!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2000

    One the All Time Best.

    Brown Eyed Girl is one of the very best mysteries I have read in a long time. Ms. Stuart done an excellent job on writing this book. I am looking forward to reading reading more of her books.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Tight romantic suspense

    After an overseas assignment researching historical information on tattoos, magazine article writer Leah McDevitt returns to her Manhattan office. Among the pile of mail is a personal letter from death row inmate Raymond ¿The Vagabond Killer¿ Lambert. The notorious serial killer claims to have pertinent information pertaining to Leah¿s missing sister Melissa, who vanished without trace seven years ago. Through the FBI, Leah meets the cherubic-faced Raymond. Though feeling sick, she cuts a deal with him in which she will pay him $50,000 in exchange for Melissa¿s burial site. However, before Raymond reveals his information, another convict kills him. <P>A desperate Leah travels to Maine to meet arson expert Ethan Sanger, who wrote the definitive book on Raymond. She pleads with the reluctant Ethan to allow her to read his notes and listen to his tapes. However, Ethan remains haunted by his intimacy with the evil that forced him to barter the return of his murdered wife¿s remains in exchange for writing the book. Still, he wants to help Leah with her need for closure. As they work together, they fall in love, but though Raymond is dead, another evil being stalks the duo. <P>BROWN-EYED GIRL is a fantastic romantic suspense novel that focuses on the need for closure when tragedy occurs to a loved one. The support cast adds dimension, especially Ethan¿s relatives and the malevolent Raymond, while the lead couple is a delightful pair. Mariah Stewart proves she belongs to the sub-genre elite who knows how to entertain their audience. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2000

    Romantic Suspense at its Best!!!!

    From the pen of the talented Mariah Stewart comes a sensational tale of suspense guaranteed to keep readers on the edge of their seat. Leah McDevitt, features editor of a popular magazine, has just returned home from an overseas assignment when she receives a chilling note from convicted serial killer Raymond Lambert, inferring he knows the whereabouts of her sister Melissa. Melissa has been missing for seven years and now Lambert is asking if he is eligible for the reward. Discovering Lambert is scheduled to be executed in less than two months, Leah makes arrangements to meet him in prison ¿ hoping for additional information as to the whereabouts of her sister. After a brief, somewhat evasive meeting with Lambert, Leah agrees to wire half the reward money to him and at that time he will reveal more details. Before she can contact Lambert again he is killed. A devastated Leah retreats to the security and comfort of her family¿s Connecticut cabin. While there, she discovers there¿s someone else who might have some clues about Melissa ¿ Ethan Sanger, the author of a true-crime novel chronicling Lambert¿s heinous crimes. Desperate for information, Leah travels to the remote Maine lodge where Sanger lives with his father and teenage daughter, Holly. Ethan is very protective of Holly ¿ especially since her mother was brutally murdered when Holly was just a toddler. Murdered at the hands of the notorious Raymond Lambert. Ethan has dozens of audiotapes and several notebooks full of notes taken during his interviews with Lambert. Leah wonders if there is something Ethan may have overlooked which might reveal what happened to Melissa. Ethan reluctantly agrees to help Leah in her pursuit of answers even though he realizes the horrible memories he will be forced to relive. As they listen to the madman Lambert detailing his shocking crimes, Ethan and Leah slowly build trust and a mutual attraction. Just when it seems they will find the happiness they so deserve, it becomes apparent that some one wants Leah dead as well. In the tradition of such best-selling suspense authors as Sandra Brown and Tami Hoag, Mariah Stewart crafts a mesmerizing tale. Even in this very suspenseful story, Stewart does not overlook the romance between Ethan and Leah. Brown-Eyed Girl will keep readers turning pages into the wee hours of the morning. The pace never slows as the story reaches its exciting climax and a shocking conclusion. There are very few authors can compare to Stewart as she deftly unfolds a story. The world of romantic suspense has a new rising star and her name is Mariah Stewart.

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