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Clarisse refuses to participate in the fraud and is ...
Clarisse refuses to participate in the fraud and is rescued by a mysterious man named Maurice Crevier, who conceals both his face and his intentions behind a black, obsidian mask. But the savior soon becomes Clarisse's tormentor when she learns that she is not his guest as he professes, but his prisoner.
Despite it all--and against her better judgment--Clarisse feels a growing fascination and affection for her jailer, as well as his odd henchmen--a voodoo-practicing Haitian and a young chef who is haunted by the ghost of her mother. Until a second attempt is made on her life. And a third.
David and Renee have written a great story which is not easily classified. It has mystery, chases, gun battles, murder, sex...we're calling it a gothic suspense novel.
Posted July 10, 2012
I enjoyed reading this book because I live in the metro area where it takes place. It is full of local references. However the story line was very strange. A mystery yes, but far from any story line I have ever read before. I did share it with a friend but only because she also lived in the area when she was young and because it had such a bizzare plot, far outside of the box we are used to reading.
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