Colleen Thompson: Phantom of the French uarter Shivers #7



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I liked this book but I thought that it was very repetitiveMarcus runs way from Caitlyn The Dawn of Christmas again Someone gets shott gain A car crashes gain The ending totally suprised me Caitlyn s new fledging cemetary tour business has her running into Marcus Le Carpentier Literally And that fall is what lead them to Bark a body which sets the story in motion This is one rollar coaster I did yet didn t want to end Youbsolutely MUST read this book Colleen does not disappoint her readers When I read the synopsis I was expecting Eden's Gate a different kind of book This book wasn ok read There wasn t much happening in the book nor did I find Her Bear Twins any kind of connection between the two leads New Orleans tour guide Caitlyn Villarnd her Bumps, Bruises and Bouncing Back: A Young Woman's Adventures into Womanhood assistant Reuben Piercere searching for n expensive ring t night in My Lady Viper (Tales From the Tudor Court, an ol. Marcus Le Carpentier was phantom in the night man who let no one in nd lways kept low profile So when he ccidentally witnessed beautiful local woman stumble upon dead body the last thing Marcus planned on was getting involved

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D French uarter cemetery because n elderly woman who was on Caitlyn s tour claims she lost her ring nd blames Caitlyn While Caitlyn is looking round in the cemetery she sees Dunkirk: Fight to the Last Man a dead woman on the ground near tomb who is wearing The Light in Our Houses an expensive ringand the dead womanlso bears striking resemblance to Caitlyn long blonde hair green eyes After seeing the corpse Caitlyn panics nd bumps into strange man who says his name is Ethan who is lso in the cemetery taking pictures with How to Get People to Do Stuff: The Psychology of Persuasion a camera When Caitlyn Reubennd Ethan call the police nd re brought in for uestioning Caitlyn discovers the police never saw or heard from Ethan Eventually Ethan goes to Caitlyn s home to show her photograph he took t the cemetery round the time the crimemurder was committed At first Caitlyn is suspic. E'd done that beforeand had been living with the dangerous conseuences ever since But since leaving very frightened Caitlyn Villare Highland Hucow: Milking Marie alone didn't sit well with Marcus he promised to helpnd then return to the shadowy corners of New Orlean.

Ious of Ethan but Call the Fire Brigade: Fighting London's Fires after she sees the photond Ethan saves her from being bducted during one of her cemetery tours she gradually begins to listen to him nd trust him He finally tells her his real name is really Marcus Le Carpentier n rt photographer who is obviously Edward Keating avoiding the police Soon murders occur with women with blonde hairnd green eyes the murderer is putting blonde wigs on the victims Berlin på 8 kapitel and gouging their eyes out replacing them with green glass eyes Together Marcusnd Caitlyn try to figure out who is obviously targeting CaitlynI really enjoyed this book Caitlyn was Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times, and Corruption of Atlantic City a sweet heroine Marcus was handsomend mysterious The villain was crazy The other characters were interesting I liked the New Orleans setting The book had Shelley And Nonviolence a lively conclusionAn excitingnd captivating rea. S lone Unfortunately Caitlyn's discovery brought killer out of hiding Cross (Jack Taylor, and Marcus was thrust back into the limelight protecting Caitlyn hunting down madman nd failing to find ll the usual reasons why it would be best if he walked way.

In 2004 Colleen Thompson's first romantic thriller Fatal Error launched Dorchester Publishing's new line of fast paced steamy romantic suspense The book was nominated for the RITA Award for Best Romantic Suspense and won the Texas Gold for Best Mainstream Fiction Other honors received by her books include a starred review from Publisher's Weekly nominations from the Reviewers International