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NO ONE HEARD HER SCREAM by Jordan Dane

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Shameless plug:

My good friend Jordan Dane plunges in to her writing career with this no-holds-barred thriller. It’s on the shelves as of today. When you read it, drop by www.jordandane.com and let her know what you think — and for the dish of the story-behind-the-story.

She also pulled off a trifecta, getting her first three books published in back to back months. Look for No One Left To Tell and No One Lives Forever coming soon.

From Publishers Weekly
In a dynamite debut from Dane, San Antonio Det. Rebecca Montgomery fears the worst when her little sister, Danielle, is abducted during summer break on the Texas Gulf’s South Padre Island. Five months later, the discovery of a crime scene saturated with Dani’s blood indicates she’s been murdered. As more college co-eds go missing, Becca wants to stay on the case, but the department hands her a puzzler involving a young woman’s remains found within a wall of the torched Imperial Theater. They belong to Isabel Marquez, who’s been missing for almost seven years. Becca finds a surprising ally, and mutual attraction, in Diego Galvan, who works for slimy Hunter Cavanaugh, former owner of the Imperial and a prime suspect. Dane’s smooth style, believable characters and intense pacing will remind readers of Lisa Jackson, Lisa Gardner and Tami Hoag. While Dane’s debut is being marketed as romantic suspense, it crosses over into plain thriller country: the tight plotting and the male characters are exceptional, bad guys and good. (Apr.)
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Order from Amazon.com here.

Expect my review soon.

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One Response to “NO ONE HEARD HER SCREAM by Jordan Dane”

  1. Hey Mel–Thanks for being such a good friend to me over the years. You helped me so much during that time when my books were sold at auction by keeping me grounded in reality. I appreciate all you do for me and look for your name in the acknowledgements. It is most definitely there, my friend.


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