Find Courtney by Melissa Clark
A Psychological Thriller

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Written in a tone of suppressed eroticism and infused with surprising revelations of false identities, Find Courtney is a psychological thriller that keeps the reader guessing up to its startling climax.

About Melissa Clark

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Melissa Clark, a James Beard Foundation award winner, writes about cuisine, wine, travel for numerous publications, including the New York Times (where she writes the enormously popular "A Good Appetite" Dining Section column), Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, and Martha Stewart. Her work has also appeared in Best Food Writing 2007,and she is a regular guest on the nationally broadcast NPR's"The Takeaway." Clark has written 22 cookbooks, including Braise with Chef Daniel Boulud; The Last Course with former Gramercy Tavern pastry chef Claudia Fleming; The Deen Family Cookbook with Paula Deen; and The Skinny: How to Fit into Your Little Black Dress Forever. Clark was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, where she now lives with her husband and daughter.
Published July 22, 2004 by Bridgeworks. 232 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Courtney Armorault is everything her new roommate isn’t: Florida rich, Florida blonde, Florida toned, and glowingly self-confident, with every reason to be.

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In Find Courtney: A Psychological Thriller by Melissa Clark (Devlyn), an ordinary Miami college student, Fanoy, wonders why the beautiful, well-to-do Courtney D'Armorault invites her to share a place on the beach.

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