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As Good as Dead (Cherokee Pointe, Bk 3)
As Good as Dead - Cherokee Pointe, Bk 3
Author: Beverly Barton
What She Doesn t Know ...  — The victims are all found facedown in the murky waters of the creek that runs through Cherokee Pointe, Tennessee. They are naked, except for the black satin ribbon tied around their necks. And each murdered woman shares a single characteristic: they are all redheads!  — Just Might...&...  more »

Socialite Reve Sorrell has come to Cherokee Pointe seeking answers about her family history and her shocking connection to wrong-side-of-the-tracks Jazzy Talbot. With their stunning good looks and shining red hair, the two are mirror images of each other -- twins abandoned at birth and raised in very different worlds. And whoever left them for dead on a cold night thirty years ago isn t about to let them uncover the truth now... 

Kill Her 

As a serial killer leaves another chilling calling card in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, Reve turns to Sheriff Jacob Butler to help her unravel the potentially deadly secrets of her past. But someone will do anything to stop her...someone who won t make the same mistake twice...someone more cunning than she knows...and closer than she ever could imagine ...
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ISBN-13: 9781420100372
ISBN-10: 1420100378
Publication Date: 3/1/2007
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: Zebra
Book Type: Paperback
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good story about a beautiful young woman who descovers she has a twin. While exploring her relationship with her sister, she is caught up in serial murder situation. And falls in love.
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webrydr avatar reviewed As Good as Dead (Cherokee Pointe, Bk 3) on + 11 more book reviews
A little slow to start, with a little extra backstory and intrigue of secondary characters. Sets main characters well. A fairly good surprise about who the bad guy is. Worth the time. Recommend it.