Book Reviews of Now You See Her

Now You See Her
Now You See Her
Author: Linda Howard
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780671034054
ISBN-10: 0671034057
Publication Date: 5/1/1999
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 264 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Loved it! I had a nagging sense of deja vu throughout the book but if I did read it before, I can't recall. That aside, it was a thoroughly good read and I was surprised and happy that there was a paranormal aspect, which you don't see in most of Linda's books.

To sum up, it was an enjoyable but transparent mystery which included a good love story with fairly hot sex.

Good enough that I'm hanging onto it, so you'll have to find your own copy!
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Great mystery and thriller. Paris Sweeney is an artist that ends up painting murder scenes that she shouldn't know about. Wonderful read!
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i enjoyed the mystery of this book, as well as the paranormal elements.
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Great book with lots of suspense and romance.
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Great book, keeps you on the edge of your seat!!
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Well written attention getting book.
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I think this is one of her BEST books that I have read so far !!! Thoroughly enjoyed it.....hard to put down!
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Another good book with a quirky main character!
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Another great Howard book. She has that knack of picked a great premise and then drawing you in until you just have to finish the book to see what's going to happen. A great read!
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Love Linda Howard, but couldn't get into this one.
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great suspense with a touch of the paranormal
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good mystery about murders an artist sees and paints leading the police to suspect her
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Linda Howard's romantic suspense is even better than her romances.
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Another favorite! She's one of the few authors that I will buy in hardback and she's on my keeper bookshelf for life.
This is a wonderful story that I keep reading over and over again.
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Pretty good mystery, a fairly predictable romance with some X-rated sex, and some nicely twisted plotting. A good read.

From back cover: A talented landscape painter and portrait artist in her early thirties, Paris Sweeney has achieved enviable success: her work sells at an exclusive New York City gallery owned by her friend, Candra Worth, and her popularity is at an all-time high. Sweeney, as she is affectionately called by those close to her, loves her work and is content with her life. Then she begins to notice odd changes: traffic lights turn green when she approaches. Her plants are in full bloom out of season. Perhaps they're jist coincidences, but she can't ignore her dreams--lush, vivid, and drenched in vibrant hues--which are influencing her artwork. And she can't deny her growing restlessness....
Suddenly, impulsively, Sweeney finds herself unable to resist a night of intense passion with millionaire Richard Worth, Candra's estranged husband. But the true dangers of her all-consuming urges are about to be revealed where Sweeney least expects it: in her paintings. After a creative frenzy she can barely recall, Sweeney discovers she has rendered a disturbing image--a graphic murder scene. Against her better instincts, she returns to the canvas time and again, filling out each chilling detail piece by piece--a shoe, the body of a victim, and soon, the victim's face. But when a shattering, real-life murder mirrors her creation, Sweeney is thrust into suspicious light. Now, with every stroke of her brush, she risks incriminating herself with her inexplicable knowledge of a deadly crime. And every desire--including her hungry attraction to Richard--is loaded with uncertainty and terrifying discovery as Sweeney races to unmask a killer.
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Great mystery thriller!
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A real page turner!
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A very good read. I didn't want to put it down.
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If you like a romantic mystery book, you should like this one. It moves along quickly...interesting concept.
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Good suspense.
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I enjoyed this a lot.
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psychological thriller
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From the back cover:

A talented painter in her early thirties, Paris Sweeney has achieved enviable success: her work sells at an exclusive New York City gallery, and her popularity is at an all-time high. Life is good, and Sweeney, as she prefers to be called, is content.

But lately, Sweeney's dreams--lush, vivid, and drenched in vibrant hues--seem to echo a growing restlessness that has taken hold of her. Suddenly, impulsively, Sweeney falls into a night of intense passion with millionaire Richard Worth. Now, the true dangers of her all-consuming urges are about to be revealed where Sweeney least expects it: in her paintings.

After a creative frenzy she can barely recall, Sweeney discovers she has rendered a disturbing image--a graphic murder scene. Against her better instincts, she returns to the canvas time and again, filling out each chilling detail piece by piece. But when a shattering, real-life murder mirrors her creation, Sweeney falls under suspicion. With every stroke of her brush, she risks incriminating herself with her inexplicable knowledge of a deadly crime. And every desire--including her hunger for Richard--is loaded with uncertainty as Sweeney races to unmask a killer.
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A keeper!
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I have not read this book it was given to me.