Deadly Deception

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Dr. Anne Jamison, a brilliant neuropsychiatrist, is living the concrete jungle life in Minneapolis with her fiancé, prominent attorney Adam Whitney. But the mysterious death of Carter Leeds, her beloved former boyfriend, still haunts her…

After three years of unanswered questions, a mysterious package finds its way to Anne. The note inside reveals the possibility that Carter may, in fact, be alive. Even more shocking, her very own fiancé may have had a hand in his attempted ...

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Overview

Dr. Anne Jamison, a brilliant neuropsychiatrist, is living the concrete jungle life in Minneapolis with her fiancé, prominent attorney Adam Whitney. But the mysterious death of Carter Leeds, her beloved former boyfriend, still haunts her…

After three years of unanswered questions, a mysterious package finds its way to Anne. The note inside reveals the possibility that Carter may, in fact, be alive. Even more shocking, her very own fiancé may have had a hand in his attempted demise. Anne doesn’t know what — or who — to believe, and the deeper she digs, the more she is overcome by a dangerous game of cat and mouse. But will Anne’s trust be restored — or will she be the one left plotting revenge?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781612184562
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance
  • Publication date: 10/28/2013
  • Pages: 322
  • Sales rank: 1,178,947
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Andrea Johnson Beck is a homeschool teacher in North Carolina, where she lives with her husband and young son. Beck vowed to write a full-length book before her thirtieth birthday, which she accomplished just weeks shy of her deadline. Deadly Deception is the first in her series of contemporary romantic thrillers. She also writes monthly articles for Homeschool Mosaics and In-Depth Genealogist. Stay in touch with Beck through her blog: http://andreajohnsonbeck.blogspot.com/.

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  • Posted June 23, 2013

    This book pulled me in from the beginning and never let go! Who

    This book pulled me in from the beginning and never let go! Who is the good guy? Who is the bad guy? This book will have you guessing back and forth. Right along with Anne you will be pulled from one guy to the next as they each plead their case with her. The storyline flowed smoothly; there were no dead lulls and there were no moments when you couldn't keep up. It was definitely very suspenseful and the ending leaves you wanting more. This book has definitely skyrocketed to the top of my favorite books read in 2013 and Andrea has definitely cemented herself as one of my favorite authors to read! Cannot wait for the next book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2013

    Dr. Anne Jamison, brilliant neuropsychiatrist, living the concre

    Dr. Anne Jamison, brilliant neuropsychiatrist, living the concrete jungle life in Minneapolis with her fiancé, prominent attorney, Adam Whitney. The mysterious death of Carter Leeds, her former boyfriend, haunts her to this day. After three years of unanswered questions, a secretive note finds its way to Anne, revealing the possibility that Carter may in fact be alive, and that her very own fiancé may have had a hand in his attempted demise.

    I have to say that I had really enjoyed reading Anne. She had so much that has happened to he thru out his book. There was time I was upset because she needed a break from her past. In return there was always something waiting for her. You must read to find out what happens. Yes, there was times that I was finding myself mad at Anne.

    If your looking for a quick, this maybe just the book for you

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  • Posted June 2, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    what can I say I love it love the charters the story it just mad

    what can I say I love it love the charters the story it just made me want to keep reading more cant wait for the second part andrea Johnson beck did a fantastic job with this book

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