Book Reviews of More Than You Know

More Than You Know
More Than You Know
Author: Helen Myers
ISBN-13: 9781551665047
ISBN-10: 1551665042
Publication Date: 4/1/1999
Pages: 1
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Mystery with a Homicide detective (Roman McKenna).
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A man who had everything to live for was dead. A baby had disappeared into thin air. And a highly respected Dallas police detective was behaving suspiciously--a good book.
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Good writing and spell binding
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romantic suspense
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Set in Dallas, "More Than You Know" is an exceptional tale that will have cross appeal for fans of police procedurals as well as devotees of romantic suspense. Author Helen Myers has done her research well as she brings a chilling account that might have come straight from today's news into her story. By intermingling passionate romance with spine-shivering intrigue in her latest novel, Myers proves once again why she is fast becoming one of today's most sought-after writers. (plus, she's a pretty nice gal!)
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A man who had everything to live for was dead. A baby had disappeared into thin air. And a highly respected Dallas police detective was behaving suspiciously...

They'd ruled her brother's death a "suicide," but Nicole Loring refused to believe he'd take his own life. What's more, she knew that her nephew's disappearance was somehow linked to his father's death. With nowhere else to turn, she enlisted the help of the last man she should trust...

Homicide detective Roman McKenna was living his own personal hell, but when Nicole became a target for murder he threw himself into the most puzzling case of his career. Then the sordid trail of clues led him straight to one of his precinct's own--and nothing was as it seemed...
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This is part mystery and part romance. I would compare it to a Lifetime TV movie, so if you like Lifetime movies you will enjoy this book.