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Linda Howard's romantic suspense Kill and Tell supplies readers with plenty of thrills and chills. As a nurse, Karen Whitlaw has seen more than the average person, but even she isn't prepared to identify the body of the father she hasn't seen since she was 13. The local detective on the case, Marc Chastain, informs Karen that her father, who was homeless, has been murdered. Still grief stricken over the recent death of her mother, Karen isn't prepared to examine her feelings about her father and his absence from her life. She is willing to accept that he was the victim of street crime until her home is burglarized and she becomes the target for some frightening "accidents." Whoever killed her father is after her, and the only hope she has for discovering why must lie in the notebook that Karen's father mailed to her mother shortly before his death. --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.
Publishers Weekly starred review Linda Howard meshes hot sex, emotional impact, and gripping tension.See all Product Description
Once again Linda Howard amuses and amazes me. Her character development is excellent. One can imagine the characters and empathize with their issues. I love Linda Howard books.Published 5 months ago by Patricia Emblin
Once I picked this book up, I could not put it down. As usual Linda Howard came through with another riveting book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by marion b
This is the only L:inda Howard I own. Read it on a recommendation from my public library. Enjoyed it very much, knew I would want to read it again, so I bought it.Published on Dec 18 2012 by AvidReader
If you like Elizabeth Lowell, you will like Linda Howard for sure. I enjoyed this book but there wasn't any huge twists that made you go "Hmmm, that is an interesting twist that I... Read morePublished on Aug. 10 2007 by Lisa E
This book has both an interesting plot and believable and likeable characters. Karen Whitlaw and New Orleans detective Marc Chastain play off of each other beautifully throughout... Read morePublished on June 6 2004 by Felice N. Tixx
This book was totally awesome! I absolutely loved it from beginning to end. I thought that Marc and Karen had such great chemistry. This hero was sex personified!Published on Sept. 8 2003
This book is obviously fiction and we're expected to suspend our reality for the time we are reading it. Despite that, the characters are likeable and believable. Read morePublished on July 28 2003
Linda Howard is a great author. In this novel she gives a realistic and romantic story that is unique and interesting.Published on July 14 2003