At Risk by Judith E. French

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The Game Master He had a memento from each of them—the Sophomore, the Wife, the Nurse. Just little things to bring back memories of the shrieks, the blood. What would he take from the Professor, he wondered? She would be best of all, isolated far from campus in her old farmhouse by the edge of the swamp. She had no idea which of the men pursuing her she could trust—the handsome grad student, the bad-boy ex-boyfriend, the wheelchair-bound former police officer. She had no idea that while she fantasized about sultry nights and twisted sheets, very different plans were being made and studied in intimate detail. Though her student had been brutally murdered, she had no idea she was at risk. But all that was about to change.

About Judith E. French

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Judith E. French lives with her husband in a restored eighteenth-century farmhouse in rural Delaware. Her oldest daughter, Colleen Faulkner, is also a bestselling romance author, continuing the strong tradition of storytelling that has been shared by her family for many generations.
Published June 25, 2013 by Montlake Romance. 382 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Soon after he murders a student of Dr. Elizabeth Clarke in her office at upscale Somerville College, Lizzy begins to receive ominous phone calls, ""gifts"" of funeral wreaths and dead animals, and visits from a marauder who steals nothing, yet makes his presence inside her home known.

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Lamont isn't a character the reader will feel empathy for and Garano comes across as a man with a chip on his shoulders who cannot seem to get out from under Lamont's control.

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