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Unseen by Nancy Bush


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Something Wicked, June 2013
Nowhere To Hide, September 2012
Nowhere to Run, August 2012
Lady Sundown, July 2011
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Hush, July 2011
Miracle Jones, July 2011
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Wicked Lies, June 2011
Blind Spot, July 2010
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Unseen, April 2009
Wicked Game, February 2009
Ultra Violet, September 2008
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Ultra Violet, October 2007
Electric Blue, September 2007
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Electric Blue, October 2006
Candy Apple Red, September 2006
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Candy Apple Red, October 2005

Nancy Bush

How do you stop a killer you can't see?

April 2009
On Sale: March 31, 2009
Featuring: Gemma LaPorte; Will Tanninger
384 pages
ISBN: 1420103407
EAN: 9781420103403
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Romance Suspense

She Woke Up With No Memories…

She wakes up in a hospital room...bruised…bloody...confused. She knows her name is Gemma La Porte—but that’s all. She doesn’t remember smashing her car. She doesn’t remember anything from the last three days. But a policeman, Deputy Will Tanninger, is waiting for answers and wants to know if she’s responsible for a fatal hit-and-run…

But Remembering Her Past Could Kill Her…

Hoping to restore her shattered memory, Gemma has no choice but to put her trust in Will. But if it turns out she’s guilty of murder, he has no choice but to arrest her. Torn by her growing feelings for Will, and haunted by her shadowy past, Gemma is determined to learn the truth. But, in this case, the darkest truths are unknowable—and the deadliest enemies are unseen…

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7 comments posted.

Re: Unseen

Tanzey Have a hoppy, hoppy Easter.
(Susan Lathen 1:28am April 4, 2009)

Our daughter was born on my mother's birthday - and they celebrated together for 27 years!
Karin Tillotson 1:24pm April 10, 2009)

My grandson was just born on March 13. Although he doesn't share anyone else's birthday in the family, his special day is definitely unique as this year, it fell on a Friday! Must mean lots of luck for the little guy.
LuAnn Morgan 1:29pm April 10, 2009)

I have been reading yours and Lisa's books since your first Silhouette. Loved you then, and love you now. There has definitely been a change in voices for both of you!

Your granddaughter is beautiful. You're lucky that you can be with her so much.
Betty Cox 1:42pm April 10, 2009)

We all have our own birthdays, but our
first daughter was born the day
between my mother's and her mother's
birthday - Nov. 7,8,9. Our son was
born the end of Nov. as were my
fraternal grandmother and my
husband's mother- 25,28,30. Was
going to say November was a busy
month, but in reality February was.
Which is odd, because our other
daughter was born Feb. 15 (know
when that happened - her dad came
home from 3 months overseas).
Only have one grandson. He is
great, but I want granddaughters to do
things with.
Good luck with your "solo" career. It
has gotten off to a good start.
Patricia Barraclough 3:46pm April 10, 2009)

I love thrillers;)
Bridget Hopper 10:09pm April 11, 2009)

Have a great Easter! Thanks for the huge list! I love it!
Cathie Morton 2:32am April 12, 2009)

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