Bannon Brothers by Janet Dailey
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With relentless suspense and a deft feel for creating men of power and character, Janet Dailey introduces three unforgettable brothers: RJ, Linc, and Deke Bannon.

Cold cases aren't RJ Bannon's usual line of work. But Ann Montgomery's long-ago abduction is too intriguing to pass up. Ann was just three when she was taken in the night from her family's historic Virginia mansion more than twenty-five years ago. The socially prominent Montgomerys launched a heartbreaking search but no trace of the missing girl was ever found.

Bannon knows the chances of finding her now--alive or dead--are slim, yet he can't stop searching for answers. Especially once he meets Erin Randall. A beautiful, talented local artist, she seems to share some tantalizing connections with the vanished Ann. As the legacy of lies and deception comes to a shocking climax, a hidden menace explodes, and Bannon vows to protect Erin at all costs. . .even if it puts his own life on the line. . .

"Fast-paced, compelling romantic mystery." --Library Journal

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"Dailey confirms her place as a top mega-seller." --Kirkus Reviews

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About Janet Dailey

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Janet Dailey is a romance writer and novelist. She is from Branson, Missouri. Dailey's career began with the novel, No Questions Asked. She is one of the bestselling writers in the world and has been published in 19 languages in 98 countries. She has written nearly 100 novels. In 1993, Janet Dailey received the Romance Writers of America Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of significant contributions to romantic fiction and the romance genre.
 
Published April 24, 2012 by Zebra. 433 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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“. . . the uneven pacing, major plot holes, and missing depth of character renders this an ultimately bland read without the building suspense generally expected from this author.”

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