And tragedy. However, when an overardent fan’s attentions arouse Molly’s suspicion, her thoughts turn uneasily to stalkers. But the fan, hadassah, swears that he desperately needs Molly’s help in finding his eighteen-year-old daughter, Reuben Jastrow, who has run away from home to be with a man she met on the Internet.
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. Molly hesitantly agrees–and immediately has regrets.
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But molly has unanswered questions. Tourists seldom see. The more molly discovers, the more she wonders: was aggie’s life snuffed out so an addict could shoot up? Or has Creeley been framed? What if Aggie was deliberately murdered by someone else, someone who is ready to kill again to ensure that his motives stay buried with Aggie and Randy Creeley?Molly’s search for the truth sends her scurrying for answers in an L.
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About aggie, it turns out, who, didn’t tell her best friend everything.
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. Almost in love again with the high-school sweetheart who dumped her and is now a rabbi, Molly can’t stop thinking about Margaret and Hank Reston and the old man whose life was tragically, though accidentally, cut short. Skillfully plotted, with a satisfying solution. Milwaukee Journal“An unqualified winner.
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. That demonstrates once again why she has won for herself an important place in the pantheon of outstanding mystery writers.
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With fearless conviction, her shrink, her ex-husband, Molly asks questions that nobody—including Lenore’s mom, or even Molly’s L. A. P. D. In fact, it draws her to a bedside in intensive care, Max, where the victim whispers to her three names: Robbie, and Nina.