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On Thin Ice
On Thin Ice
Author: Susan Andersen
ISBN-13: 9780821750469
ISBN-10: 0821750461
Publication Date: 8/1/1995
Pages: 320
Rating:
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3.7 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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For Sasha Miller, the world of professional ice skating brought glory, fame, and a refuge from the wounds of her tragic past. but it also brought shame when she lost her childhood friends and partner, Lon, to a mysterious drug scandal that left innocent people dead. Sasha went on to Olympic fame, her graceful skating and dazzling smile hiding a heavy heart. But that was years ago-and now Lon is back, promising her he's changed for good.

So why is there a trail of dead bodies left in the wake of the ice show's tour-a scene that eerily echoes the nightmare Sasha has tried to forget...?

Babysitting a bunch of ice skaters isn't special agent Mick Vinicor's idea of a good time undercover, but it's the only way to get close to Sasha and investigate the bizarre murders that seem to follow her from city to city. He's convinced the beautiful skater knows more than she's admitting, but unraveling they mystery of her deepest secrets and twisted loyalties leaves him vulneraable to emotions he can't afford. Because somewhere out there, hiding in the stands, stalking the shadowy corridors of each arena, getting close enough to touch, is a cold, methodical killer who won't stop until Sasha has paid the ultimate price...
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This book was written by my step dads sister-in-law.
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Sasha Miller, Olympic figure skater, has re-established herself in an ice Follies show after her partner Lon was incarcerated on drug charges. Mick Vinicor, DEA agent is assigned to investigate Sasha when drugs reappear on the Follies circuit. Nice development of romance, creepy villian and interesting look at the world of ice skating.
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FEAR... For Sasha Miller, the world of professional ice skating brought glory, fame, and a refuge from the wounds of her tragic past. But it also brought shame when she lost her childhood friend and partner, Lon, to a mysterious drug scandal that left innocent people dead. Sasha went on to Olympic fame, her graceful skating and dazzling smile hiding a heavy heart. But that was years ago and now Lon is back, promising her he's changed for good.

So why is there a trail of dead bodies left in the wake of the ice show's tour - a scene that eerily echoes the nightmare Sasha has tried to forget...?

...HAS NEVER RUN SO COLD Babysitting a bunch of ice skaters isn't special agent Mick Vinicor's idea of a good time undercover, but it's the only was to get close to Sasha and investigate the bizarre murders that seem to follow her from city to city. He's convinced the beautiful skater knows more than she's admitting, but unraveling the mysterry of their deepest secrets and twisted loyalties leaves him vulnerable to emotions he can't afford. Because somewhere out there, hiding in the stands, stalking the shadowy corridors of each arena, getting close enough to touch, is a cold, methodical killer who won't stop until Sasha has paid the ultimate price...
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A look into the world of ice skating. A trail of dead bodies follows an ice show tour. Undercover agent Mick is sent to solve the mystery that seems to be following the ice show. If you like romance, suspense & figure skating you should enjoy this.
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Professional ice skater Sasha is trying to live down her past association with a drug scandal. Agent Mick Vinicor is investigating the series of murders that follows Sasha from city to city. He can't afford the emotions he is beginning to feel for her.