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Death Angel [Large Print] [Paperback]

Linda Howard
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May 19 2009 Thorndike Paperback Bestsellers

When she double-crosses her lover, a ruthless crime lord, Drea is pursued by a relentless assassin who ultimately succeeds in killing her. But after a very brief death, Drea returns to life a changed woman. No longer selfish and cruel, she is determined to bring down those who marked her for death. Joining forces with the FBI, Drea never suspects that the man she will come to love is the same assassin who took her life.

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“The Howard name is synonymous with amazing entertainment.”—Romantic Times

“A darkly romantic book of second chances and intrigue, as well as hot assassins.”—Parkersburg News and Sentinel

“Linda Howard is a superbly original writer.”—Iris Johansen --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

About the Author

Linda Howard is the award-winning author of many New York Times bestsellers, including Up Close and Dangerous, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Cover of Night, Killing Time, To Die For, Kiss Me While I Sleep, Cry No More, and Dying to Please. She lives in Alabama with her husband and two golden retrievers. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Eh June 2 2009
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I am usually a very big fan of Linda Howard but I have to say that I was really disappointed in this book. It was not up to her usual standards at all. It was interesting but it did not seem to flow quite like her better books have and the emotions that she is good at stirring up was very absent when I read this book.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Wow, does that suck July 25 2008
I have been a fan of Linda Howard's book for awhile now. Linda has been writing for a very long time, but her stories seem to have progessed with the times.

Until now.

Drea lives with a *bad* guy. The books opens with him making a deal with an assassin. To seal the deal, the assassin demands sex with Drea. The *bad* guy complies and leaves Drea alone with the assassin.

In the 80s, rape fantasy seemed to be a huge part of story telling in romance novels. I honestly thought that authors had gotten past this and realized that it is not every woman's fantasy to be raped.

The books launches into a 19 page description of their sex. Was it lustful? Yes. Was he a giving lover? Yes. Did she want him in the end? Yes. Was it rape?


Could she say no? No. Could she walk away? No. Did she have a choice? No.

Jeez already! Enough! Women writers should know better by now, especially women writers. Even better! By the end of the 19 pages? She is begging him to take her with him.

Now, I am sure that if I continued to read the book, I would learn that they somehow meet up again and fall in love and blah, blah, blah.

It was rape. It wasn't consensual. She was forced to do it.

I know I have written that word too many times, but I am so tired of female writers writing this junk! This was also a huge fantasy that soap operas in the 80s liked to incorperate into their storylines. Sure, the big brute raped her at first, but later she came to love him. He was troubled, so it was o.k.

I cannot imagine, in the real world, any woman ever being raped by a man and later loving him, unless she was mentally unbalanced.

Anyway, I stopped reading the book at that point. I have nothing to recommend about this book.
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