by May McGoldrick

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BN ID: 2940012446145
Publisher: Signet
Publication date: 02/19/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 104,478
File size: 330 KB

About the Author

May McGoldrick
(a.k.a. Nikoo & Jim McGoldrick)
Nikoo and Jim McGoldrick are storytellers with a checkered past.
From the submarine shipyards of Electric Boat in Groton, Connecticut, and the clubs of Rodeo Drive, to the forges of Pennsylvania and the electronics manufacturers of Massachusetts, these two have spent their lives gathering material for their novels. Nikoo, a manufacturing engineer, and Jim, who has a Ph.D. in sixteenth-century British literature, wrote their first full-length novel in 1994. Since then, Jim and Nikoo have written twenty-seven novels and a work of nonfiction.
They write under the pseudonyms of May McGoldrick, Jan Coffey, and Nicole Cody.

These prolific and popular authors have been the recipients of numerous awards for their work. They now reside in Watertown, Connecticut.
Please visit their website at www.MayMcGoldrick.com

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Flame 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good story
NavyWave62 More than 1 year ago
I wish the person who gave this book only 2 stars would have written a review, because I can't understand why! This book has it all, love, and much love making, suspense, twists and intrigue. I truly didn't see who the villain was at all. I read The Dreamer first, and then realized if I read The Flame first, it would have been richer. It can stand alone, but I would advise reading this one first and then The Dreamer because of the cross over character's. The Curse is mentioned in The Dreamer about it being solved, and I kept thinking I missed something, but I didn't because it was solved in this book. This book is also very sad at times, but everything works out in the end. I love our two main character's a lot and John Stewart. Now I know why he had his own book the The Dreamer. (LJB)
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