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A-Z Wednesday: 24 November

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Note: I scheduled this entry in advance so that it posts at 8:00 AM.

A-ZWEDNESDAY The meme is hosted by Reading at the Beach.

The rules are very simple: spotlight a book written by an author whose first or last name begins with the featured letter. Include the book cover, title and author, a synopsis, and link(s) to retailer(s). If it’s a book you’ve already reviewed, link to the review. Return to Reading at the Beach and leave a link in the comments.

This week’s letter is: P

This week pick: Pamela Palmer — The Dark Gate

The Dark Gate (Pamela Palmer)

The Dark Gate (Pamela Palmer)

From the back: Larsen Vale has a secret: she sees things. Terrible things. Deadly things. And her latest vision features a strange albino man. . . and her own death. Haunted and afraid, she trusts no one, not even the handsome cop who seems fascinated with her. Washington, D.C. detective Jack Hallihan has one mission: find the man who is assaulting young woman. But the police have no clues, no leads and no witnesses. And Jack has a deadly secret of his own — a secret Larsen holds the key to. Time is running out. If Larsen and Jack can’t learn to trust their attraction to each other, the Gate will be opened — and the world will be forever changed…(Read my review here).

Comment: This is the first book in a Nocturne series that I love! The second book, Dark Deceiver, came out in 2008. I’ve been waiting oh-so-patiently for the last two books, which hopefully will be in 2011.

Note: The link below is to Fantastic Fiction, which has a variety of purchase options (including on-line secondary markets) for the US and UK.

The Dark Gate (Pamela Palmer) at Fantastic Fiction.

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A-Z Wednesday: 24 November — 3 Comments

  1. Freda — thanks for stopping by!

    Bev — And the handsome cop hears voices in his head. So, they’re pretty much made for each other. 😉

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