Dead Love by Linda Wells

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The book is a swift read...and a shocking scene near the end draws the story to a worthy denouement. A tightly plotted, satisfying mystery-thriller.
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When a terrorist attack is unleashed on a major US metropolitan area, the lives of a beautiful scientist, her military lover, and two FBI agents become intertwined. As the government races to contain the spreading damage and the FBI closes in on the perpetrators, the officer must choose between protecting his lover and the oath he took to defend his country.

A captivating suspense thriller full of sharp turns and surprising twists, Linda Wells’s story is so frighteningly real it could have been pulled off the day's headlines. Her deft handling of multiple viewpoints lends breadth and emotional depth that resonates long after the cover is closed.

As chilling as it is erotic and sexy, Dead Love will draw you in from page one as its relentless pacing drives toward its shattering climax.
 

About Linda Wells

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Raised in the south, Linda Wells attended the University of South Florida and went on to become a flight attendant for a major airline. Dead Love, her debut novel, fits into her favorite genre of mystery thrillers. Wells and her husband live in Columbus, Ohio, and she is currently working on her new novel.
 
Published March 16, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 263 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction
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on May 23 2013

The book is a swift read...and a shocking scene near the end draws the story to a worthy denouement. A tightly plotted, satisfying mystery-thriller.

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