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Dead of Night
by J. D. Robb and Mary Blayney and Ruth Langan Langan


Overview - Four New York Times bestselling authors breach the boundaries of time and reality in these paranormal tales of suspense, intrigue, and out-of-this world passion
Futuristic lieutenant Eve Dallas ends up in a supernatural showdown with a seductive vampire criminal in J.
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Overview
Four New York Times bestselling authors breach the boundaries of time and reality in these paranormal tales of suspense, intrigue, and out-of-this world passion
Futuristic lieutenant Eve Dallas ends up in a supernatural showdown with a seductive vampire criminal in J. D. Robb's "Eternity in Death."
In Mary Blayney's "Amy and the Earl's Amazing Adventure," an ancient coin whisks an American woman and a modern-day earl into the past and into each other's arms.
When a city girl visits a Scottish castle in Ruth Ryan Langan's "Timeless," she is thrust into a romance with a mighty Highland laird.
And Mary Kay McComas gives an unhappy wife a magic-carpet ride into an alternate reality to show her the grass isn't always greener in "On the Fringe."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780515143676
  • ISBN-10: 0515143677
  • Publisher: Jove Books
  • Publish Date: October 2007
  • Page Count: 394
  • Reading Level: Ages 18-UP


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Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page 50.
  • Review Date: 2007-09-24
  • Reviewer: Staff

Robb (aka Nora Roberts) is indeed the headliner, but this all-new four-novella anthology definitely doesn't suffer from “standout single” syndrome—this one's all killer, no filler. In Robb's opener, a courageous female cop with a troubled past clashes with a bloodthirsty, unnaturally powerful mystery man who promises his enthralled victims immortality: charismatic con artist, or much worse? Blayney follows with the story of an enigmatic old coin that transports an American tourist and an oddly aristocratic bartender into a Regency-era adventure. In Langan's, another unsuspecting American time-traveler stumbles into romance with a 15th-century Scottish warlord who believes she's his kidnapped wife. And in McComas's, a bored housewife takes a magic carpet ride to an alternate universe do-over of her marriage. Though they don't always keep a straight face, occasionally tipping from fantasy into farce—for instance, a canny medieval Scottish ruler blithely accepting a 21st-century designer pant suit as regulation female barbarian dress—such lapses are minor; the biggest fault readers will find is that these intriguing characters are taken away so quickly (especially in Blayney's frustratingly rushed resolution). (Nov.)

 
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