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A modern twist on the Regency house party.


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Also by Stella Cameron:

Cold, September 2013
e-Book
Darkness Bred, June 2013
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Out Of Sight, May 2010
Mass Market Paperback
Out Of Mind, April 2010
Mass Market Paperback
Out of Body, March 2010
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An Accidental Seduction, January 2010
e-Book
Tails Of Love, June 2009
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Cypress Nights (Bayou Books), April 2009
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Moontide, March 2009
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Cypress Nights, August 2008
Hardcover
The Message, June 2008
Paperback
A Marked Man, February 2008
Paperback (reprint)
A Cold Day In Hell, November 2007
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Target, April 2007
Paperback
A Marked Man, November 2006
Hardcover
A Grave Mistake, October 2006
Paperback
Body of Evidence, March 2006
Paperback
A Grave Mistake, November 2005
Hardcover
Now You See Him, September 2005
Paperback (reprint)
Testing Miss Toogood, March 2005
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Now You See Him, November 2004
Hardcover
An Angel In Time, October 2004
Paperback (reprint)
Kiss Them Goodbye, October 2004
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Yes is Forever, August 2004
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Choices, June 2004
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Faces Of A Clown, April 2004
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A Useful Affair, March 2004
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Cold Day in July, November 2003
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Some Die Telling, October 2003
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Sheer Pleasures, August 2003
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Wrong Turn, May 2003
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About Adam, March 2003
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Courage My Love, January 2003
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Mad about the Man, October 2002
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True Bliss, October 2002
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Tell Me Why, August 2002
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Unveiled, August 2002
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Guilty Pleasures, July 2002
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The Orphan, March 2002
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Married In Spring, February 2002
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Snow Angels, October 2001
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Tell Me Why, September 2001
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Slow Heat, September 2001
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Shadows / Daddy in Demand, June 2001
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Glass Houses, June 2001
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7B, March 2001
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Finding Ian, January 2001
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Key West, May 2000
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Once And For Always, March 2000
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All Smiles, February 2000
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French Quarter, May 1999
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More and More, April 1999
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The Cardinal Of The Kremlin, August 1989
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Cold Day in July
Stella Cameron

weaves a tale romantic suspense as darkly sensual and dangerous as its Southern setting, where a beautiful doctor and a prodigal son investigate the murder of a woman whose identity is as mysterious as her death...

Toussaint Bayou
Zebra
November 2003
On Sale: September 4, 2006
Featuring: Marc Girard; Reb O'Brien
447 pages
ISBN: 0821770837
EAN: 9780821770832
Paperback
$6.99
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Romance Suspense

In bestseller after bestseller, Stella Cameron has thrilled critics and fans alike with her fast-paced, spellbinding novels of romantic suspense. Now, the New York Times bestselling author weaves a tale as darkly sensual and dangerous as its Southern setting, where a beautiful doctor and a prodigal son investigate the murder of a woman whose identity is as mysterious as her death…

Toussaint, Louisiana, is a sleepy bayou town where live oaks stretch over roadways, men raise crawfish the way their granddaddies did, and Spanish moss hangs in ribbons above the swamps and dirt roads, keeping everything shaded from the hot July sun. It’s a place where people are used to feeling safe—until the body of singer Bonnie Blue is found at the base of St. Cecil’s belfry stairs, her eyes searching, her neck broken.

Local medical examiner Reb O’Brien has lived in Toussaint all her life, but she doesn’t believe the gossip—that Bonnie’s death was an accident, an unfortunate fall in the dark. She remembers all too clearly the rape/murders of two other women a year earlier. The killer was caught and placed behind bars. But now, what happened to Bonnie raises chilling questions about a case thought long closed.

Marc Girard doesn’t believe in accidents. What he does believe is that the dead woman may be his missing sister, Amy, a lost soul with a history of drug and man problems. Though he’d vowed to stay away from Toussaint, where his wealthy, aloof family had been disliked by the ordinary townsfolk, Marc is coming home to search for the truth—even if it means joining forces with Reb O’Brien, a woman he left behind with his past. But the Reb he remembers—an annoyingly brainy, precocious seventeen-year-old who followed him like a puppy—has matured into a fascinating and beautiful woman who doesn’t get pushed around by anyone. Not anymore.

Though they may not like each other, Marc and Reb will have to work together to solve riddles with no answers: Who could Bonnie have been meeting at St. Cecil’s in the dead of night? What does she have to do with the disappearance of Marc Girard’s sister? And if the wrong man is sitting in prison, could the real killer still be slipping through the bars and cane fields, front porches and back roads of a town they once thought safe? It’s a tangle of secrets as dark and deep as the muddy waters of the Atchafalaya, where friendly faces and Big Easy manners hide deep-rooted jealousies and cold-hearted hate. With only each other to trust, Marc and Reb’s mutual wariness gives way to newfound closeness that marks them for gossip in a town ready to explode, and leads them to a blinding passion that may make them vulnerable to the greatest betrayal of all…

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