The gripping thriller from #1 New York Times bestseller
By Sandra Brown
New York Times bestselling Sandra Brown proves herself the Queen of Suspense with this unputdownable page-turner.
A fearless reporter trapped in a volatile siege, two young lovers turned fugitive and a hold up that transforms a small desert town into a powder keg . . .
TV reporter Tiel McCoy is driving to New Mexico for a well-earned vacation when she hears on the radio that Fort Worth millionaire Russell Dendy's daughter has been kidnapped. Calling her editor she finds out that the girl is pregnant, the kidnapper is the girl's boyfriend and that they may be heading, as she is, to a small town in New Mexico.
She puts her holiday plans on hold to chase the story but as she stops for gas she gets caught up in a standoff at a gas station. If she survives she knows this will be the biggest scoop of her life. But as the night-long siege continues she is forced to put aside her reporter's impartiality and become involved . . . or lives will be lost.
Praise for Sandra Brown
'Brown's novels define the term "page turner"'
'Perfectly plotted . . . sin-tillating suspense'
'A masterful storyteller, carefully crafting tales that keep readers on the edge of their seats'
Sandra Brown is the author of numerous New York Times bestselling thrillers. She lives in Arlington, Texas. Visit her website at www.sandrabrown.com and follow her on Twitter: www.twitter.com/SandraBrown_NYT.
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10 Nov 2011
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Hodder & Stoughton
If you want romantic suspense that has teeth . . . Sandra Brown is your gal. — Stephen King
Praise for Sandra Brown:
A masterful storyteller, carefully crafting tales that keep readers on the edge of their seats — USA Today
Brown's novels define the term "page-turner" — Booklist
Get your page-turning finger ready for Sandra Brown's latest — New Woman on CHILL FACTOR
THE CRUSH delivers a menacing villain and page-turning suspense — Booklist
'If you want romantic suspense that's got teeth . . . Sandra Brown is your gal' — Stephen King