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Freebie Alert! Triple Exposure for Kindle


Psst! My romantic thriller TRIPLE EXPOSURE is for a limited time FREE on Kindle (and their #1 free download!)

If you don't own a Kindle reader, you can download it to your PC, iPad, or smartphone. And in case you need more encouragement than FREE, here's the PW Review for the book, which was a 2009 RITA nominee for Best Romantic Suspenese:

Thompson (The Salt Maiden) packs this well-paced thriller full of twists and the local color of a small Texas town. Photographer Rachel Copeland has been formally acquitted of the murder of Kyle Underwood, a young man who stalked her, but she remains disgraced in her adopted Philadelphia community, where many still believe she seduced and killed him. Rumors and harassment follow Rachel as she flees to her hometown of Marfa, Texas, where she butts heads with her stepmother, Patsy, and other locals. One of the few people willing to support Rachel is Zeke Pike, a woodcarver with a secret of his own, and they soon wrestle with romantic feelings for each other as mysterious stalkers threaten and try to separate them. Thompson's supporting characters and their tensions are believable, especially Patsy with her multilayered jealousy and unhappiness. The red herrings are exquisitely placed, and the climax will surprise even the most jaded of suspense readers. (Aug.)
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Comments

Dad said…
Colleen:
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, Thank you!
I will enjoy every well crafted word. (& thanks Joni for the Kindle. It is so well used that I just ordered a second one for your Mom. She has complained that I was always reading when she wanted to read.)
Be Fantastic!
Joni's Dad said…
Of course I meant to appear as Joni's Dad. But hey, I'm as proud of your new book as any Dad could be. Thanks again Colleen. Be Fantastic!
Anonymous said…
So glad you're looking forward to the read, JD! Enjoy!
Mylène said…
Great idea--fly, book, fly!

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