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Sandra Brown | Jay Burgess is dead.


Smoke Screen
Sandra Brown

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When keeping a secret is do or die.


August 2008
On Sale: August 12, 2008
Featuring: Britt Shelley; Raley Gannon; Jay Burgess
416 pages
ISBN: 1416563067
EAN: 9781416563068
Hardcover
$26.95
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Also by Sandra Brown:
Sting, August 2017
Seeing Red, August 2017
Tomorrow\'s Promise & Above and Beyond, June 2017
Sting, February 2017

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Jay, who, you ask?

Jay Burgess, one of the main characters in my new novel, SMOKE SCREEN, which, by the way, goes on sale today.

I’m sure you’re wondering how and why a main character can be dead (and not a ghostly presence), but this is very much the case with Jay, and even though he’s deceased, I still had to make him as dynamic as every other character in the book. You see, everything in SMOKE SCREEN revolves around Jay, his childhood friend, Raley Gannon, our intrepid heroine, Britt Shelley and a fire.

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Re: Sandra Brown | Jay Burgess is dead.


(Kimberly Shrader 12:51pm August 18, 2013)

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