The Secret of the Villa Mimosa by Elizabeth Adler

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Was it an accident...or an attempted murder?

Dr. Phyl Forster watched the TV news, horrified at the sight of the broken body in the ravine.  Then she raced to the hospital to see the victim.  Miraculously, the girl was alive, but without name or memory.  An irresistible challenge to Dr. Phyl, the psychiatrist who had buried her own past....

Detective Franco Mahoney was looking for a killer, without a whisper of a clue.  He needed the beautiful psychiatrist to unlock the victim's mind.  But he wasn't prepared for the passion Dr. Phyl inspired or the passion that ensued....

Elizabeth Adler's riveting novel of erotic obsession and revenge sweeps from San Francisco to Paris, from the Côte d'Azur to a remote Hawaiian island, tracing a tale of murder and madness with roots in a decadent past....

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About Elizabeth Adler

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ELIZABETH ADLER is the internationally acclaimed author of twenty-eight novels. She lives in Palm Springs, California.
Published March 25, 2010 by Dell. 415 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Biographies & Memoirs, History. Fiction

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Bea and Millie jet off to the Côte d'Azur, where Millie buys the decrepit but elegant Villa Mimosa after Bea has a flashback there.

Jan 09 1995 | Read Full Review of The Secret of the Villa Mimosa

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Lust, greed and murder keep readers on their toes in Adler's new novel of romantic suspense. Psychiatrist Phyl Foster is intrigued with the unconscious Jane Doe found-having obviously been left for de

Nov 28 1994 | Read Full Review of The Secret of the Villa Mimosa

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