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by Emelle Gamble

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In Melbourne, Florida, 1991... What's a girl to do?
Megan Summers, TV-ratings coordinator and single mom to two, was just getting her life in order when a killer - dubbed the Grim Reaper by the media - donned a badge and caused chaos in the cozy ocean side hamlet.
Everyone one she knows feels like a suspect, except for attractive new employee Jack Gallagher. Despite his odd obsession and his hidden agenda, he gave Megan support, shelter, and some romance she didn't think she wanted.
But was the haven of his arms enough to shield her from the Reaper?
This cozy romantic suspense was originally published by Harlequin Intrigue in paperback.

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BN ID: 2940151012423
Publisher: Post Publishing
Publication date: 10/03/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 464 KB

About the Author

Emelle Gamble became a writer at an early age. At six years old she was bursting with the requisite childhood stories of introspection, and this itch to tell tales evolved into bad teen poetry and tortured short works that, thankfully, never saw the light of day, or an editor’s red pen. She took her first stab at writing a novel in an adult education class in Mobile, Alabama when her kids were in bed for the night. As ‘M.L. Gamble,’ she published several romantic suspense novels with Harlequin Intrigue.
Always intrigued by the words ‘what if’, Gamble’s books feature an ordinary woman confronted with an extraordinary situation. Emelle celebrates the adventurous spirit of readers, and hopes each will enjoy the exciting and surprising journeys her characters take.
Emelle lives in suburban Washington D.C. with her hero of thirty years, Philip, and two orange cats, Lucy and Bella. Like all good villains, the cats claim to have their reasons for misbehaving. Her children are happily launched on their own and are both contributing great things to society, their mother’s fondest wish. Emelle welcomes any reader interested in emailing her at and hopes they will visit her website, www.emellegamble.com or her Author Emelle Gamble FaceBook page.

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