Confessions by JoAnn Ross

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Whiskey River is a quiet Arizona mountain town—until it's rocked by murder. The death of Laura Swann Fletcher, the beautiful wife of charismatic senator Alan Fletcher, makes headlines across the nation.

Trace Callaghan's job is to solve Laura's murder, and solve it quickly. As the sheriff of Whiskey River, he has a reputation for unwavering logic and deliberate action. But this case is unlike any he's ever handled before—because Laura's sister, Mariah, insists on being fully involved, an involvement that extends beyond seeing her sister's killer unmasked.

In this twisted case packed with illicit desires and dark secrets, everyone is a suspect. And nothing is what it seems.…


About JoAnn Ross

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Romance author JoAnn Ross was born in Santa Monica, California and grew up in Oregon. Before becoming a full-time author in 1983, she worked as an advertising account executive and for a large metropolitan newspaper. She has written over 95 novels and has won numerous awards including Romantic Times's Career Achievement Awards in both category and contemporary single title. She also writes under the names of JoAnn Robbins and JoAnn Robb. Because she gives writing workshops on-line and at conferences, she was named the Romance Writers of America's Pro-Mentor of the Year. She currently lives with her husband in Tennessee.
Published December 1, 2012 by Harlequin MIRA. 443 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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Heroine Mariah Swan drives her Jeep Grand Cherokee from Malibu to Whiskey River, Arizona, to make a new beginning with her estranged sister, Laura, the wife of a no-account, philandering Senator.

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Writer and director Scott Handcock pulls off a piece of sleight of hand in this great two-hander (okay, there are some minor other speaking parts, but to all intents and purposes this is between Alexander Vlahos’ Dorian and Hugh Skinner’s Toby) that successfully sets the audience up to expect one...

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If so, he is left in little doubt by this story what fate may await him… Lorna Rose Harris provides a good counterfoil for Dorian in both her roles (a little more information about his history with the medium wouldn’t go amiss – a future story perhaps?) and kudos also to director Scott Handcock ...

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We’ve heard Alexander Vlahos’ interpretation of Dorian Gray in the most recent Bernice Summerfield box set from Big Finish, but this opening salvo in the proper series returns him nearer to his accustomed time and place as the set up for this interesting spin-off is explained.

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