Something Deadly by Rachel Lee

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Few could argue that the exclusive island of San Martin is anything less than paradise. In this wealthy enclave, veterinarian Markie Cross has a thriving practice, but her almost psychic connection to animals has made human relationships—especially with men—harder to navigate. Until mystery, murder and something unfathomable shatter her world...

People are dying strange, unexplained deaths. Island medical examiner Declan Quinn is stunned at the unearthly condition of the bodies, and he and Markie share a dark suspicion that something terrifying and impossible is at work here. Something that may not be human.

As a sinister message becomes clearer, Markie and Dec race to understand the tragic history of this island paradise and unlock the true nature of the evil now descending. Because if they can't, Markie may become the next victim....


About Rachel Lee

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Rachel Lee was hooked on writing by the age of twelve, and practiced her craft as she moved from place to place all over the United States. This New York Times bestselling author now resides in Florida and has the joy of writing full-time.
Published November 15, 2010 by Mira. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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To save Markie from being consumed by Annie's spirit, Declan devises a risky plan that will destroy Annie's ghost but may harm Markie, too.

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Dec has problems believing in what is actually causing the deaths of the islanders, but when nothing else makes sense, he is forced to conclude something supernatural is happening on the island.

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