Shadow Dance

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Wheeler Pub., 1989 - Fiction - 479 pages
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A New York Times Bestseller Most men who see Amanda Charles dance worship her from afar. But one admirer is getting too close to the glamorous showgirl . . . perilously close. The looks, style, and grace that make Amanda sparkle on stage have now made her something else: the target of a serial killer. Detective Tristan MacLaughlin has drawn the case that is pulling him deep into a world of pageantry and dazzle -- and closer to the stunning, violet-eyed beauty who keeps her secrets and emotions locked tightly inside. Tristan never thought he'd be bewitched by Amanda's charms, never thought he'd care. And he never imagined that by wanting her, by trying to protect her, he'd place her in the gravest danger of all.

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User Review  - chrissywest - LibraryThing

I have never read anything written by Susan Andersen before. I thought Shadow Dance was a great story, with fun interesting characters. I really enjoyed Detective Tristan MacLaughlin. I found this ... Read full review

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A serial killer is going after showgirls in Reno, Nevada. Since our heroine is a showgirl, you can easily guess that somehow she will be involved in these murder mysteries, and with the Scottish ... Read full review


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About the author (1989)

Susan Andersen held a variety of jobs before becoming a romantic suspense novelist. Present Danger and Exposure were nominated for the Best Contemporary Romantic Suspense Reviews Choice Award from Romantic Times Magazine and the former won the National Reader's Choice Award for Best Single Title Contemporary.

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