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by Evelyn Rogers

  • ISBN: 0843952156
  • Category: Erotica
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Evelyn Rogers
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dorchester Pub Co Inc; First Edition edition (May 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 338
  • ePub book: 1738 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1411 kb
  • Other: mobi mbr lit azw
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 271

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More Than You Know book.

More Than You Know book. A thrilling novel of murder, deceit and passion in Hollywood  . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Evelyn Rogers (Goodreads Author).

With her life falling apart around her, a Hollywood actress is caught in a web of lies and deceit when she is suspected of murder and must rely on a ruggedly handsome detective to keep her out of jail.

Select Format: Paperback. With her life falling apart around her, a Hollywood actress is caught in a web of lies and deceit when she is suspected of murder and must rely on a ruggedly handsome detective to keep her out of jail. ISBN13:9780843952155.

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Very Good Used copy-Because of our high volume, we can not accurately describe each book, so we list the MINIMUM condition you can expect; most are better than the condition listed.

More than you know' - subject(s): Actors, Fiction, Pornography. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

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Evelyn Rogers's first job was selling women's underwear in a downtown Houston department store

Evelyn Rogers's first job was selling women's underwear in a downtown Houston department store. She's since hawked candy at Sears, worked the switchboard at a commercial laundry, planned programs at an Air Force service club, taught English and was a librarian, the last two for 25 years in middle schools. Each had its rewards and challenges, but no more so than her final chosen profession: writer. The award-winning author of 31 books and 8 novellas, she found great satisfaction not only in her craft but also in meeting readers across the .

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The song was released in Sweden as a digital download on 27 May 2017 as the tenth single from their debut studio album of the same name. The song was written by Sebastian Ingrosso, Salem Al Fakir, Axel Hedfors, Vincent Pontare and Richard Zastenker. The song peaked at number two on the Swedish Singles Chart.

More Than You Know: A Novel. Hannah says "I dont suppose you have to believe in ghosts to know that we are all haunted, all of us, by things we can see and feel and guess at, and many more things that we cant

More Than You Know: A Novel. Very Good dust jacket. Internal SKU: U12K-00554. Hannah says "I dont suppose you have to believe in ghosts to know that we are all haunted, all of us, by things we can see and feel and guess at, and many more things that we cant. But she knows that ghosts are utterly real as well as metaphoric, and is haunted by the sense that if she could have learned who this ghost was, and what it wanted, it might have made a difference. Ghosts haunt places where they have been deeply happy or intensely bitter in life.

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The jury declared Hollywood actress Toni Cavender not guilty of the murder of porno film producer Robert Jameson. However, led by the media, the public believes Toni got away with a lover's spat homicide. Worrying about her missing daughter Maren and needing to escape the cage that she finds herself in, Toni reluctantly heads home seeking solace though her childhood memories are not the fondest.
Toni hires private detective Damon Bradley to find Maren who she believes is in trouble. Meanwhile someone tries to kill Toni and comes close in succeeding in their endeavor. Damon realizes that he must uncover the identity of who is trying to destroy Toni, but though he is in love with the real persona and not the film star, he knows she trusts no one not even the detective she hired and loves too.
The two mysteries cleverly intertwine into a romantic private detective tale that fans will enjoy from the moment Toni hears the not guilty verdict until the final confrontation. Fans will keep reading as they want to know the motive of the culprit as much as the identity of the perpetrator. The romance is not neglected as Damon willingly risks his life to keep his beloved safe although he has little hope for the future with her because even with her returning his feelings and obviously feeling safe in his arms Toni trusts no one not even him. Her attitude makes MORE THAN YOU KNOW a wonderful romantic suspense thriller.
Harriet Klausner
Cordanius Cordanius
Hollywood's latest drama takes place in a courtroom, and leading lady Toni Cavender may be the heroine or the villain, depending on how the jury rules. Even when the verdict is not guilty, the star's light is dimmed by the scandalous accusation of killing her porn producing "lover". She flees, seeking refuge, but finding only her haunted past. Life gets even more complex when Damon Bradley is hired to find the Toni's long lost daughter, who is somehow part of the murder case. A mystery spanning three generations comes down to a heart stopping standoff as old secrets rear ugly heads.
**** Ms. Rogers moves into a relatively new area for her with a spicy and complicated mystery. Toni emerges as a strong, troubled, and even noble heroine who brings redemption to all she loves. The plot moves rapidly, not dragging at all. ****
Amanda Killgore