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Dr. Charles Levine despises his younger half-brother with a hate that even death can’t destroy. So why should he let Gordon’s demise prevent him from exacting revenge? His weak-minded nephew, who resembles his father in so many ways, would serve Charles’ purpose perfectly.

With romance, suspense, and a touch of madness, Chasing Nightmares tells the tale of Anne and Lee as
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Mass Market Paperback, Trade Paperback, 156 pages
Published April 2013 by Red Door Press
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Dec 17, 2013 rated it liked it
A slow starting storyline that abruptly pulls you in and keeps you anchored. The characters each have their own individual personality. Some more well developed than others, but all intriguing enough to make you want to know more. The world Deb creates is full of deep imagery that makes you wonder where she will take you at each new turn in the plot. There could have been some better definition in the chapters when it jumped from story point to story point.
All in all I enjoyed the book and look
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Rosemary Hawkins
Apr 23, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Not as paranormal as it could have been but very suspenseful

I downloaded another book by this author, Eyes at the Window and enjoyed it so much I decided to buy this one, too. I was a little confused in the first chapter until I figured out the main character had had a nightmare about Lee, but once I understood that, it made sense that the two of them seem so connected to each other. In fact, I would have liked to see a little more of that. That was a missed opportunity, But the suspense
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Deb Donahue knows all about country living in the Midwest. She spent her early married years tending a huge garden and preserving the contents to keep them through winter. She and her husband raised and butchered their own beef, pork and chicken which she then prepared using delicious recipes from her Grandmother’s cookbooks. Her first son was born in the heat of summer, when the strawberries were ...more