The Dark Lord by Patricia Simpson

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simeon,debonair and charming,and michael,street smart and sarcastic.simeon thinks michael is crude and base;michael thinks simeon is evil.really evil.when rae's beloved mentor,michael's father, diesrae discovers that he had been consulting a psychic and goes to see her.the psychic insists that the souvenir deck of cards from rae's egyptian vacation is actually the forbidden terot and that one of the men in rae's life had something to do with her mentor's death.rae can't believe that-simeon is far too sophisticated to murder someone and why would michael kill his own father?but the psychic insists that the dark spirit of the terot has taken form as one of the men in rae's life.rae must figure out whether it is simeon or michael before she losesher heart and possibly her life.

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Until recently, Patricia Simpson hailed from the moody shores of the Puget Sound, where writing paranormal suspense novels was a natural consequence of living in the mist and rain. When not at home, Ms. Simpson could be found shaking out her bumbershoot at the local Starbucks Coffee House. Since her marriage to a Scotsman (yes, a real livewire Scot just like those heroes in her novels!), she now resides in the Bay Area of San Francisco, California, where she is learning to rollerblade and is rediscovering the sun.
Published January 1, 2003 by tor. 374 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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