Call After Midnight by Tess Gerritsen

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Thrilling romantic suspense from a best-selling author - A ringing phone in the middle of the night shakes newly-wed Sarah Fontaine awake. Expecting her husband’s call from London, she hears instead an unfamiliar voice. Nick O’Hara from the US State Department is calling with devastating news: Geoffrey Fontaine, Sarah’s husband of two months, died in a hotel fire . . . in Berlin. Convinced her husband is still alive, Sarah forces a confrontation with Nick that finds them criss-crossing Europe on a desperate search for Geoffrey that puts both their lives in terrible danger. This is a first time regular print hardcover previously available in a mass market edition.


About Tess Gerritsen

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Tess Gerritsen is the author of several successful medical thrillers. Gerritsen began writing as a means of relaxation from the stressful life of a physician and ultimately abandoned her career as an internist. Her books, such as Life Support and Bloodstream, deal with highly ethical dilemmas in a complex and hypnotizing manner. Bloodstream, which is primarily about the selling of human organs on the black market, also explores the subjects of youth violence and parents who become afraid of children. Gerritsen was born on June 12, 1953 in San Diego and attended Stanford University and the University of California, San Francisco. In addition to her medical stories, she is the author of several romantic suspense novels published as part of the "Harlequin Intrigue" series. She is the author of the popular Rizzoli and Isles series of books; this series will be a made-for-TV series as well in the Fall of 2011. Books in this series include The Surgeon, Body Double, Ice Cold, The Silent Girl and Last to Die.
Published October 1, 1987 by Harlequin. 271 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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