The Incident by Andrew Neiderman

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...even Victoria wonders if there’s a catch. Of course there is, and only readers whose eyes are clouded by the latest megadose of purple prose from Neiderman (Lost in His Eyes, 2015, etc.) will fail to see it long ahead of his heroine. A slender premise plumped out gracefully but gratuitously to novel length.
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A young woman returns to her hometown to confront her troubled past in this absorbing novel of romantic suspense

Six years after ‘the incident’ that no one will talk about, Victoria Myers returns to her small hometown in the Catskill Mountains. After years in therapy, she is determined to start living life to the full once again – particularly when she starts dating handsome Bart Stonefield, son of a wealthy local businessman.

But the past has not yet been laid to rest. No one has ever been brought to justice for the crime committed against the teenage Victoria – and at least one person within the community is concealing the truth about what happened that night. Not everyone is happy about Victoria and Brad’s developing relationship – and what is it that Brad is keeping from Victoria? Is she still in danger?
 

About Andrew Neiderman

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Andrew Neiderman is the bestselling author of numerous thrillers, including The Devil's Advocate, which was made into a major motion picture by Warner Bros. He lives in Palm Springs, California. Since the death of V C Andrews, Andrew Neiderman has been the official ghost writer for new V.C. Andrews novels which have enjoyed bestselling success.
 
Published July 1, 2016 by Severn House Publishers. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Apr 12 2016

...even Victoria wonders if there’s a catch. Of course there is, and only readers whose eyes are clouded by the latest megadose of purple prose from Neiderman (Lost in His Eyes, 2015, etc.) will fail to see it long ahead of his heroine. A slender premise plumped out gracefully but gratuitously to novel length.

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