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Fiction
Author: Jennifer Wilde
ISBN: 0727845977
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 192 pages
Publisher Severn House Pub Ltd; Reprint edition (July 1, 1994)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 159
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by Jennifer Wilde


Jennifer Wilde writing as Beatrice Parker. CHAPTER ONE. The desk drawers were cluttered with five years’ accumulation, and it was with great satisfaction that I finished clearing them out.

Jennifer Wilde writing as Beatrice Parker. The Sunday Supplement would have to do without me. Someone else could cover the next axe murder from the woman’s point of view. At twenty-six, Lynn Morgan was retiring from the newspaper world, moving on to bigger and better things at long last. Fleet Street would survive the loss, I thought, smiling to myself. Any bright young thing with a fair education and a way with words could do as well, so long as she didn’t take herself too seriously.

Wilde, Jennifer; He had asked, and she had told him merely that Lloyd was a lawyer, very stable, rather solemn, and divinely good-looking even if he was a bit dull.

Wilde, Jennifer; He had asked, and she had told him merely that Lloyd was a lawyer, very stable, rather solemn, and divinely good-looking even if he was a bit dull ceeded to bombard me with questions about our trip to the pub. I mean, something must have happened. Bart slammed out of the car in a rage, looking like he wanted to blow up the world, and you, luv, would have made the Snow Queen look positively cozy. I refused to discuss it with her, and went upstairs to change clothes

She just got her first book contract and is seeing a terrific guy, attorney Lloyd Raymond. But her peace of mind is disrupted when she starts receiving prank phone calls from someone claiming to be her father, who has been dead for close to twenty years.

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In Jennifer Wilde’s chilling tale of romantic suspense, a woman plunges into mortal danger when she investigates a brutal murder-and uncovers the truth about her own mysterious past. She just got her first book contract and is seeing a terrific guy, attorney Lloyd Raymond.

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A wonedful set of poetry books in English. Enjoy :) "Where the Sidewalk ends" - by Shel Silverstein "Leaves of grass" - by Walt Witman "Complete poems" - by Emily Dickinson "Milk and honey" - by Rupi Kaur "Ariel" - by Sylvia Plath. Does anybody have the books of M. Sosa? (Mistakes of a woman Pt 1 &2, Dilemma: the quote book & Let it go: the quote book) Would be much appreciated!!! 2. Нравится Показать список оценивших.

Lynn is disturbed by a crank caller claiming to be her long-dead father, and after her aunt is murdered while calling with a warning, Lynn knows that someone is trying to bring her to the edge of sanity--and beyond death. Originally in paperback.
Juce
This is a very typical Gothic romance -- but much like Phyllis A. Whitney -- it is set in 1970's London, England. The characters are very British -- almost amusingly so, but the book is good and did have a twist ending. If you like this type of book, you will like this.
MrCat
Jennifer Wilde was one of my favorite writers of historical romance back in the 70s-80s. So when I had an opportunity to read a Jennifer Wilde book I jumped at it. Jennifer Wilde was actually a pseudonym for T.E. Huff, an man who wrote under a number of female pseudonyms and in fact when this books was first published in 1975, it was under another of his pseudonyms, Beatrice Parker.
This often reads like something written in 1975 - the language, the clothes, the overall feel of the book all took me back. For me it was obvious that this was the case, and I enjoyed the nostalgia aspect that it gave the book. For younger readers, that may well translate simply to “dated”, and be offputting. But personally, I enjoyed the mystery and the tension of never being quite sure about the characters who surrounded Lynn. It won’t be for everyone, but I quite enjoyed this one.

Copy provided by Netgalley and Open Road Integrated Media in exchange for an unbiased review.
Wire
**I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review**
Lynn Morgan was 26, had worked for the Sunday Supplement for 5 years, and was very happy to be leaving. History was Lynn's first love. Phillip Ashton-Croft was one of the most prestigious publishers in London. Books he published were the last word in scholarship and impeccable taste. Lynn had written some articles on the court of Louis XIV and Phillip Ashton-Croft felt they could be expanded into a book. Contact was offered and Lynn had a new publisher. Lynn had met Lloyd three months ago. He was a lawyer. Mandy was her good friend and roommate. The girls had been getting phone calls for two months by someone saying they were Lynn's daddy.
Lynn was an old fashioned woman in a lot of ways. She cared about her friend Mandy. She could be stubborn at times. She was a good person. Throughout the story, she tried to show she wasn't frightened even though she was. She was a smart woman and by the end of the story she found her true love in the oddest of ways.
I liked the characters, the plot and the story. I really liked the twists and turns. I recommend this book to anyone that likes this genre.
Ginaun
I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Lynn is a writer, lives in London with her roommate Mandy, an actress. She has a pretty quiet life, sees a lawyer named Lloyd. Writing for a newspaper, Lynn is given a chance to do what she has always wanted, to write a historical book.

Then she receives a call telling her that her Aunt had been murdered. She lived with her Aunt when her father had gone off to Australia for work. She was 5 when she moved in and 13 when she was sent off to school. She had a strange relationship with her Aunt whom she loved in her own way.

So off she and Mandy go to her Aunts home to settle things. Once there, everything changes. Her Aunts death was made to look like a murder-suicide and there are doubts by many once she is there.

Was her Aunts death what they say? What did her Aunt want when she called Lynn so hysterical. What does this have to do with the other odd phone calls Lynne has been receiving? And is Bart what he seems?

I didn't like this book much honestly. I did finish out of respect for the author. I personally like a little more romance. The characters were developed well enough but that all seemed so cold, so contained. Friend Mandy and Bart had a bit more spark.
JoJolar
Only rated a three because as a reader I felt disconnected to the cold characters. The storyline was interesting, but a story can only be great when backed up with amazing characters.

I was given this book in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley.