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Blood Ambush
     

Blood Ambush

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by Sheila Johnson
 

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Caught In A Trap

For Darlene Roberts, a quiet drive home from work turned out to be the end of the road when a stranded motorist flagged her down. As soon as she stopped, Darlene was forcibly dragged from her car and viciously thrown to the ground, bound with cords and tightly gagged. A second attacker stepped into the scene, a woman in a hood and a mask

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Caught In A Trap

For Darlene Roberts, a quiet drive home from work turned out to be the end of the road when a stranded motorist flagged her down. As soon as she stopped, Darlene was forcibly dragged from her car and viciously thrown to the ground, bound with cords and tightly gagged. A second attacker stepped into the scene, a woman in a hood and a mask. . ..

Hunted Like An Animal

In the ensuing struggle, the woman's mask slipped off, revealing the face of Darlene's husband's ex-wife, Barbara Ann Roberts. Darlene broke away, running for her life. The couple pursued her across a field until they found her hiding in the grass. A shotgun was aimed--and fired--point blank. Later, Darlene was discovered floating in a pond. . .

Dead In The Water

Who fired the fatal shot? The bitter ex-wife? Or her lover and accomplice, millionaire neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Schiess III? Only one of them would be convicted of murder in this disturbingly twisted tale of lovers, cheaters, and killers in a small Alabama town. . .

With 16 Pages of Revealing Photos

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786030835
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
08/01/2010
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
1,158,533
File size:
805 KB

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Blood Ambush 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is extremely repetive. The author repeats the same information over and over and over and over again. Not much substance in this book. Don't waste your time or money. If the option of zero stars was available, this book would have definitely received it.