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Haunting Rachel (Superintendent Daiziel & Sergeant Pascoe Mysteries)

2.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Audiogo; abridged edition edition (Dec. 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0792731506
  • ISBN-13: 978-0792731504
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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"Warning: This novel is hair-raising."
--Catherine Coulter
"A master storyteller."
--Tami Hoag
"She keeps me guessing until the very end."
--Linda Howard
"A multitalented author whose stories always pack a tremendous punch."
--Iris Johansen
"Kay Hooper is a master storyteller."
--"Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

" Warning: This novel is hair-raising." -- Catherine Coulter
" A master storyteller." -- Tami Hoag
" She keeps me guessing until the very end." -- Linda Howard
" A multitalented author whose stories always pack a tremendous punch." -- Iris Johansen
" Kay Hooper is a master storyteller." -- "Milwaukee Journal Sentinel"

"Warning: This novel is hair-raising."--Catherine Coulter

"A master storyteller."--Tami Hoag

"She keeps me guessing until the very end."--Linda Howard

"A multitalented author whose stories always pack a tremendous punch."--Iris Johansen

"Kay Hooper is a master storyteller."--"Milwaukee Journal Sentinel" --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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Danger wears many faces....
Ten years ago Rachel Grant's fiance, Thomas, disappeared. His body was never found. Now there's a stranger in town, a man who could be Thomas's twin--or his ghost.
His name is Adam Delafield. He's been watching Rachel for days. He has the locket she gave Thomas before he vanished. And he says he owed her father three million dollars.
But there's no record of the loan--or a shred of proof that Adam is who he claims to be. And he's always nearby as accidents begin to threaten Rachel's life.
Is he an innocent man who only wants to repay a debt? Or a figure from the past with a score to settle? Rachel must expose lies and unravel stories, find out who wants her dead and why...before the next attempt to kill her succeeds. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
After reading previous reviews, I was dudious about buying this book, but have enjoyed others so jumped in! If you are expecting something as dark and intense as the Shadows series, then this is not for you, If however you enjoy a good romance with some intigue, and a ghostly gaurdian, then buy this book you'll enjoy it.The main characters have chemistry, and there is an interesting secondary romance to follow as well.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book really disappointed me. I am a fan of mystery and thrillers and bought the book (partly) on the comments at the cover: " a real hair-raiser", "tremendous punch" - but sorry, I didn't see it. I was already halfway when I realized there WAS no deeper layer in the story: this is it, this is as tense/suspenseful (yawn) as it's going to get. A lot of characters are introduced with quite non-convincing backgrounds, and you saw the end build up real gradually (whodunnitandwhy). I thought the parts where Rachel interacts with Adam were soooooo mushy, talking about touching, caressing, kissing, feelings, blablabla, if I want to read about that, I'll take a romance novel. NO hair was raised what so ever. This is the first Kay Hooper I read, but as far as I'm concerned it will be the last: ultra-thin plot, where some characters are sketched briefly, without a real function in the plot (Marcy, and the housekeeper - forgot her name). Yeck! Take Dean Koontz, or Ann Rule - THOSE are hair-raising!
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By A Customer on 15 Jun. 1999
Format: Hardcover
I thought I was in for a good mystery, not a ridiculous romp through an incredible terrain of one-note characters, dense heroines, and panting sex scenes. And, a mysterious stranger who purports to have invented a big-money "gadget" as an electrical engineer. Good grief. I appreciate authors who take the time to research a story's contextual elements a bit more thoroughly than this. A disappointing introduction to a novelist's works I will not visit again.
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