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Death Echo by Elizabeth Lowell
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  • Published in USA  Jun 2010
    400 pages
    Genre: Romantic Thrillers

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Lorraine R. (Southampton, Please select...) (06/04/10)

Quick Mystery Read
Smart, sexy and fun. This new novel by Elizabeth Lowell will satisfy readers who enjoy a fast paced mystery. The two main characters, Mac and Emma are witty and make a great investigative pair. Enjoyed the setting of the Pacific Northwest ocean where the two had to solve the mystery of deadly twin yachts.

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