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Trace of Doubt [NOOK Book]

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Criminalist Billie Quinn lived and breathed the evidence. People lied. But DNA never let her down. Or could it?

For the case that put her fight for justice in the media spotlight also brought her to a killer's attention. A very special killer--one who claimed to know the truth about her mother's disappearance many years ago. And who was now determined to show Billie exactly what happened...in a reenactment starring Billie herself.

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Overview


Criminalist Billie Quinn lived and breathed the evidence. People lied. But DNA never let her down. Or could it?

For the case that put her fight for justice in the media spotlight also brought her to a killer's attention. A very special killer--one who claimed to know the truth about her mother's disappearance many years ago. And who was now determined to show Billie exactly what happened...in a reenactment starring Billie herself.

It was up to her to choose--learn the truth and die, or bring this killer to justice and never know her mother's fate.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426857744
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 3/15/2010
  • Series: A Billie Quinn Case Series , #103
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • File size: 609 KB

Meet the Author

Erica writes for the Red Dress Ink and MIRA imprints, and the Silhouette Bombshell series. Her books are sold internationally and have been translated into several languages.

Erica's books have been noted in US Weekly magazine (where they were twice selected for the "Hot Book Pick"), Cosmopolitan (which declared Spanish Disco "hilarious"), Romantic Times, as well as countless newspapers and online sites. Her books range from the funny Spanish Disco to The Roofer, a dark mob saga set in Hell's Kitchen, to Do They Wear High Heels in Heaven? (declared "groundbreaking" by Romantic Times).

In her supposed free time, Erica is an avid poker player and enjoys entertaining at home. She is an avid reader of philosophy and enjoys hunting for new Buddha statues for her collection. Her web site is ericaorloff.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2006

    An action-packed storyline

    Forensic criminologist Billie Quinn of The Genetic Testing laboratory did not trust witnesses as many misstate the facts with conviction or suspects may lie. She preferred hardcore data like DNA that works one hundred percent of the time without falsehoods. Her recent involvement in the David Falco case (see TRACE OF INNOCENCE) has thrown her world belief upside down.------------------------ However, her current case involving the conviction of Marcus Hopkins has national attention but takes an odd frightening spin when someone surfaces who knows too much first hand information about her murdered mother, killed years ago. Billie sees an opportunity for justice finally coming to her mom and to her as this has been the tragic event that has motivated her career. However, her unknown assailant has plans for Billie to star in the replay of the scene in which the culprit killed her mother.----------------- Billie¿s obstinacy can be a two edged sword for the audience as she refuses to back down especially on this investigation, but makes poor decisions that constantly place her in peril yet also brings excitement to her over the top inquiry. Still the story line is action-packed and like its predecessor brings into question a justice system that seeks unreliable closure not valid outcomes.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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