Book Reviews of Dead Ringer

Dead Ringer
Dead Ringer
Author: Annie Solomon
ISBN-13: 9780446612296
ISBN-10: 0446612294
Publication Date: 10/1/2003
Pages: 384
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Warner Forever
Book Type: Paperback
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Angelina was too hard on herself, and Finn should have groveled more. Otherwise, this was a good, suspenseful read.
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great story. worth the read.
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Ange3lina Mercer is Federal Agen Finn Caraver's last, best hope. The hunt for a dangerous weapon has led him to her door with a proposition that could be her salvation or destruction. It's her one shot at turning around a life gone wrong... and her best chance to learn the truth about the birth mother she's been searching for. In exchange she must infiltrate the inner sanctum of a tycoon's Montana ranch, where she will walk a treacherous line between deception and discovery.
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I like Annie Solomon's books. They sound scary but the two or three I've read so far are good stories. In dead ringer the girl is playing an undercover role and of course can't be found out and there is the federal agent who is in it with her who can't be found out either. They have to find a lethal weapon and steal it along with proof of their hosts involvement.
She is also looking for her mother who gave her up and was married to their host and has died. Her mother's sister became their housekeeper and is still alive and living there. She is in love with the host who is oblivious to it. Their host is intrigued with our heroine because she so much resembles her mother although she isn't claiming relationship. It is interesting to discover who is innocent and who is guilty.
It is interesting enough to not want to stop reading until you find out what happens next.
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Book was okay.....I liked some of her others a lot better as they seemed more suspenseful to me!