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She is the only woman worth fighting - or dying - for...


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Being irresistible isnít all itís cracked up to be.


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After unspeakable torment, he's back to claim his bride


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Morgan Daneís new client has blood on her hands


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With intelligence and wit, Kathy Lyons revolutionizes shifter romance


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Another secret is revealed in Roseville...


Janice Law


Janice Law (b. 1941) is an acclaimed author of mystery fiction. The Watergate scandal inspired her to write her first novel, The Big Payoff (1977), which introduced Anna Peters, a street-smart young woman who blackmails her boss, a corrupt oil executive. The novel was a success, winning an Edgar nomination, and Law went on to write eight more in the series, including Death Under Par (1980) and Cross-Check (1997). After Death Under Par, Law set aside the character for several years to write historical mysteries The Countess (1989) and All the Kingís Ladies (1986). After concluding the Peters series, she wrote three stand-alone suspense novels: The Night Bus (2000), The Lost Diaries of Iris Weed (2002), and Voices (2003). Since then, Law has focused on writing short stories, many of which appear in Ellery Queenís Mystery Magazine. The Prisoner of the Riviera (2013) is her most recent novel. She lives and writes in Connecticut.

 

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Books:

Moon Over Tangier, September 2014
Francis Bacon Mysteries #3
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