The Last EnemyeBook - 2013
Pauline Baird Jones is back with another terrific tale that will make readers want to savor each and every line. RT Book Reviews; RT Book Reviews Reviewer's Choice Award winner, 1999. (First digital-only novel to win this award.)Two men need her. One needs her dead. Author Dani Gwynne must plot her own survival, working against time, terror and her fear of heights in the mile high city of Denver and beyond. Deputy U.S. Marshal Matthew Kirby is in the lawman in charge of finding Dani before she's killed by an elusive killer who has never missed his mark. Until now. With the clock ticking down on their macabre game of hide and seek, Dani must defeat a killer who won't stop until he gets what he wants. Or destroys them all trying More praise for The Last Enemy:I very much enjoyed Ms. Jones' blend of romance, suspense, and comedy action and comedy are smoothly written, making it easy to watch it as a movie in your head. But, don't count on intermissions, you'll want to read it straight through. Midwest Book ReviewJones pulls together many different elements and story lines in her skillfully written novel and combines elements of flowery romances, suspenseful thrillers, and hard-boiled mysteries to create an engaging, fast-paced story full of unexpected twists and turns. Booklist, Nov 15, 1999.Pauline Baird Jones's second novel, THE LAST ENEMY is a superb romantic suspense rich with dark undertones but also brilliantly subtle with Ms. Jones's signature ingenious humor don't miss The Last Enemy for a great read -Patricia Rouse, Romantic Times Columnist
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Pauline Baird Jones, 2013.
Branch Call Number: Internet Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (332 pages).