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Night's Landing (Cold Ridge/U.S. Marshall Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2004

    Kept it Real!

    I loved this book! Not one of my top five's but it was sexy and i loved the mystery about it! I liked how she made the characters so mysterious like the gardner and Conroy. She made you think and i was always wondering who was behind the Central Park Shooting. Great characters and great chemistry between Nate and Sarah! Awesome stuff!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2004

    Lots of characters.

    Historical Archaeologist Sarah Dunnemore returns from Scotland to her family home in Night's Landing, Tennessee, expecting to relax a bit before deciding what to do next with her career. Just as she settles in, Sarah receives a phone call that alters her life. Her twin brother, Deputy U.S. Marshal Rob Dunnemore, has just been shot by a sniper in Central Park. Rob's partner and friend, Nate Winter, was also shot at the time but his wound is minor and he is released from the hospital quickly. ........................ Sarah leaves her family home in the care of Ethan, the handyman, and rushes to New York. There she meets another deputy U.S. Marshal, Juliet Longstreet, who used to date Rob. Juliet is Sarah's constant escort while in N.Y. Then there is Nate. Nate believes the FBI investigators have the wrong suspect, who is conveniently dead, as the sniper. ........................ Rob convinces Sarah to return to Night's Landing. However, she finds a letter from Rob's would-be killer and Nate sprints to her side. Nate is determined to locate who the sniper really is and to protect Sarah. There are plenty of questions but few answers. Who is the sniper? Will he try again to kill Rob? Will he go after Sarah next? Was the shooting related to the Dunnemore's close friendship with U.S. President John Wesley Poe? And most importantly, could Nate open up to Sarah and take a chance on their growing attraction? ........................ **** There are several other characters and for awhile I was overwhelmed with figuring out who everyone was and how they figured into the story. So if you do not like books that have several things going on at once and lots of characters to keep up with, pass on this one. However, if you want a suspenseful story that tests your crime solving wits, this book is for you! Here is a brisk who-dunnit story that will keep you reading until the very end! ****

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