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Title:
Don't go home
Author:
Taylor, Janelle.
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Publication Information:
New York, NY : Kinsington Pub. Corp., [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
347 pages ; 18 cm.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780821775042
Format :
Book

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Author Notes

Romance writer Janelle Taylor was born in Athens, Georgia on June 28, 1944. She attended August State University, but did not graduate.

She worked as both an orthodontic nurse and a research techonologist.

She has written more than three dozen novels, beginning with Savage Ecstasy in 1981. Her books have been translated into more than 44 languages, and many of them have been New York Times bestsellers. In 1987, she was put in the Romantic Times Writers Hall of Fame, and has earned a number of other honors, including the Bronze and Silver Pen Awards and a Certificate of Merit for special achievement from the American Association of University Women.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Booklist Review

When Matthew confronts his married brother, Robert, who's trying to pick up a woman at a bar, he has no idea that his sibling will be murdered later that night. Mia's identical twin sister, Margot, is the woman Robert was hitting on. Now Margot has disappeared, and Mia finds out that her sister has hired herself out as a professional decoy for married men, each of whom has been murdered. Knowing that the flamboyant Margot holds the key to the killings, Matt and Mia join forces to find her. As the weeks go by, they give in to their mutual attraction, but never really trust each other. Matt and Mia have major issues to deal with, and neither seems able to get past them. As with In Too Deep (2001) and Night Moves (2002), Taylor has once again crafted a fresh, twisty, and surprising plot. Readers who enjoy a spine tingling read will love this suspenseful tale of secretive siblings. --Shelley Mosley Copyright 2003 Booklist