Monday, June 11, 2012


Lori Armstrong * Jeff Ayers & Jon Land * Beverly Barton * William Bernhardt * Allison Brennan * Robert Browne * Pamela Callow * Lee Child * J.T. Ellison * Bill Floyd * Cindy Gerard * Heather Graham * Laura Griffin * Vicki Hinze * Andrea Kane *Julie Kenner * Sherrilyn Kenyon * Dianna Love * D.P. Lyle * James Macomber * Toni McGee Causey * Carla Neggers * Brenda Novak * Patricia Rosemoor * William Simon * Alexandra Sokoloff * Roxanne St. Claire * Mariah Stewart * Debra Webb

 Prepare for heart-racing suspense in this original collection by thirty of the hottest bestselling authors and new voices writing romance suspense today.

Patricia Rosemoor – Hot Note
Though the night’s storm abated, wind still blew in powerful gusts, chopping waves of lake water over the corpse face-down on Oak Street Beach. Dawn had barely broken when an early-morning jogger had called it in. I hadn’t been sleeping, but—worse—my cell phone blasting had torn me out of Jake’s arms…and he’d been using his best vampire moves on me. Now as Detective Mike Norelli and I surveyed the scene, an evidence technician snapped photos.
“Nifty swimsuit,” my partner said of the dead man’s charcoal-striped suit. “Gotta get me one of them.”

With more than six million books in print—eighty-nine novels for Harlequin, Silhouette, HarperCollins, Dell and Del Ray—Patricia Rosemoor still finds new story forms and new characters that excite her.
Detective Shelley Caldwell first appeared in Hot Case, a Silhouette Bombshell. Combining her love of thrillers with urban fantasy with romance, Patricia experimented with 1st/3rd person. To her good fortune, she was able to reprise her characters and world in Hot Trick, a Carina Press digital first novel, and in the short story Hot Corpse, also available in digital formats. She was delighted to continue the series with Hot Note.
Patricia has received two Career Achievement Awards and two Reviewers’ Choice Best Novel Awards from RT Book Reviews. Her career as an author took off when she won a Golden Heart from Romance Writers of America for Best Young Adult Romance. In her other life, she teaches credit courses—Writing Popular Fiction and Suspense Thriller Writing—in the Fiction Writing Department of Columbia College Chicago.

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