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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    The residents of Toussaint, Louisiana are rightfully upset and frightened to learn someone was murdered in St. Cecil's Church. Soon afterward the fear factor turns stratospheric, as more people die. The divided community knows the homicides are connected to the new school and teacher Bleu Labeau. --- Over the edge over the deaths, Bleu also realizes she must be the target too of this serial killer. However, it is her feelings for her self anointed protector Dr. Roche Savage that frightens her most and not just because she mistrusts herself when it comes to men she has learned that everyone who has been killed was his patient. --- Fans will enjoy the return to Toussaint (see A MARKED MAN and A GRAVE MISTAKE) with this fast-paced serial killer thriller. The key to CYPRESS NIGHTS is the lead couple as she has to decide whether to trust her heart or the circumstantial evidence a wrong choice by Bleu probably means death. However, Stella Cameron never takes her eyes off the ball as she uses the romantic subplot as support to the prime murder mystery. Ms. Cameron¿s fans will enjoy the steamy nights in the bayou where either love or murder occur. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2010

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    Hated it!

    This is the first book I've read by Stella Cameron and will most likely be the last! The plot was jumpy, the characters were poorly developed, and the description on the back of the book barely meshes with what the actual book is about ("all the victims were former patients of Roche"- unless I missed something there were only two victims, and only one was a former patient). I love romantic suspense and was excited to read a potentially new author to add to my collection but Stella Cameron definitely does not fit the bill for me.

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  • Posted August 3, 2009

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    Classic Stella

    Definitely fits in with the Stella books. As always, she's a great writer who knows how to tell a story with drama, thrills and romance.

    I like this series, but its getting a bit old - how many bad things can happen in a town of a few hundred? And the priest storyline is getting old, too. Fish or cut bait already.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2008

    She's back

    Much better than the last couple of novels. I love her style of writing.

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