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Also by Trish Jensen:

Just This Once, July 2013
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Nothing But Trouble, May 2013
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Against His Will, August 2012
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The Harder They Fall, May 2012
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Stuck With You, January 2012
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Without A Clue, November 2011
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'Twas the Night, November 2010
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Ladies Prefer Rogues, February 2010
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Without A Clue
Trish Jensen

Murder mystery weekend where the corpse refuses to stay dead.

Harlequin Special Releases
November 2011
On Sale: November 15, 2011
Featuring: Megan Renshaw; Matt Rossi
217 pages
ISBN: 0373442084
EAN: 9780373442089
Kindle: B005WJGOK4
e-Book (reprint)
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Romance Contemporary

Meg Renshaw is launching her first murder mystery weekend in a beautiful southern mansion. From the first day, whatever could go wrong, did. Including having the owner of the mansion showing up, and demanding everyone in his home is trespassing. Meg, ever resourceful, talks him into playing the corpse in the play himself. But the blasted man refuses to stay dead. He's making up his own script as the weekend progresses, and that includes a script that has only two players. Meg and him. And in that script, he's definitely not dead.

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