From the Shadows 43 Light Street #24 Kindle ´ Shadows


  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • From the Shadows 43 Light Street #24
  • Rebecca York
  • English
  • 03 March 2016
  • 9780373226672

2 thoughts on “From the Shadows 43 Light Street #24

  1. Penny Griffin Penny Griffin says:

    From the ShadowsJuly 15 2002The 43 Light Street series continues with From the Shadows Security expert Alex Shane faces a strange case when his client disappears Is it murder or has his client faked his disappearance? The investigation leads him to Sara Delaney a young woman he had an encounter with when they were in high school She makes him feel things he hasn't for years but can she be trusted?From the Shadows is an unusual and uniue Intrigue story Readers eager for something different will find it here An interesting puzzle with constant action and good twists From the Shadows should keep readers guessing Although Sara often seems stranded on the sidelines during this story of a supporting character than a heroine and the romance is slight Rebecca York has a fresh intriguing story to tell


  2. Janet Janet says:

    HI #667 3 stars


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From the Shadows 43 Light Street #24 Much of Alex Shane's teen years were forgotten but his one intimate encounter with Sara Delaney was crystal clear in his memory Sweet Sara who'd been too good for the bad boy he used to be But the tables had turned now Alex was investigating a possible murder and Sara was his prime suspectThough she hid her share of secrets she claimed her innocence with her every breathWhat she couldn't hide was that she craved Alex as much as he wanted herEither way Sara was a danger Alex was either harboring a criminalor enticing the only woman who could find her way to his hidden heart


About the Author: Rebecca York

Ruth Glick born 1942 is a best selling author of healthy cookbooks and has also written dozens of romantic suspense romance novels under the pen name Rebecca YorkRuth earned a BA in American Thought and Civilization from George Washington University and an MA in American Studies from the University of Maryland Although she always wanted to become a writer Glick was convinced that her lack