- Publisher: Harlequin Books (Mm); Reprint edition (April 2000)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0373201729
- ISBN-13: 978-0373201723
- Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 10.7 x 3.6 cm
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,064 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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If you missed them, as most did, here is a great way to get three of Stuarts lighter works - her tongue seriously through cheek her; if you MISSED that then you did not have an idea what she was doing!!)
Cinderman - Dr. Daniel Crompton was working on a secret project - at least he thought it was secret - until reporter Suzanne Mallery turns up demanding to know what is going on. And she is not the only one concerned about the project, for while Daniel is escorting Suzanne out of the lab (forcibly), there is an explosion. He, in true hero fashion, covers her body with his to stop the blast from hitting her. They both awaken in hospital, his whole back of his body covered in a green slime ( aka Golden Years - though this was written BEFORE) and her hands were also covered. Later, Daniel began to get a few mysterious powers. Great fun!!!!!!!! and tribute for the Invisible Man.
Cry for the Moon, has widowed Marielle Brandt moving into an apartment house with her small child. Her husband was into big debt for his death and this is the only piece of property left to her. She arrived to find the place like something out of the Adam's Family, nearly falling down and the only thing that is keeping it running is Simon Zebriskie, who has taken on protecting the oddball inhabitants of the ancient building. It is haunted, has the weird crew of misfits, yet Marielle finds Simon and the Adam's Family mansion, her new home and is strangely charmed by it all. As great tribute to the Old Dark House!!
Chasing Trouble is a great funny romp!! Jack Diamond Private Eye, is straight from Sam Spade fiction, but he is what Sally MacArthur needs. He is her fantasy detective come true!! Jack knew he was nutty to get caught up in the web this nutty dame spins, but he cannot seem to resister her, despite the damsel in distress' story having more whole than of pound of Swiss Cheese!! A great tribute to the Maltese Falcon!!!
These are delightfully charming tells, from the super Anne Stuart.
So sit back and enjoy these homages for three wonderful old movies!!