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Murder most romantic : passionate tales of life and death
Greenberg, Martin Harry.
Publication Information:
Nashville, TN : Cumberland House, 2001.
Physical Description:
270 pages ; 23 cm
Homicidal honeymoon / Scottish ploy / / Perfect man / Celtic cross / Hostage to love / Dizzy and the biker / Night hawks / Keeper of the well / Dearly beloved / Show must go on / Twelve days
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Central Library PS648.D4 M8757 2001 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area

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The words murder and romance seldom appear together. If given a choice, most of us would prefer them to be as far apart as possible. But there is no denying that an edge of danger can heighten tension, intensify emotions, and make every moment a treasure to be seized, since it might be the last chance to experience anything at all.

The collection of stories in Murder Most Romantic is about romance experienced in the teeth of mortal danger, when every decision is life-or-death and the smallest mistake could kill you. It is said that love is at its most intense when it is threatened, and when that threat is mortal, murder and romance can combine to build emotions to a fever pitch.

Many award-winning writers have joined together in creating the new and original stories in Murder Most Romantic. From Laura Resnick's heart-stopping tale of a honeymoon gone very wrong to Dine Stuckart's look at the scary side of the cyber world, to D. E. Meredith's story of love and death in small-town Texas and beyond, every contribution adds a new twist.

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