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Midnight Fear by Leslie Tentler
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Oct 13, 2011

it was amazing
Read in July, 2011

One would think having a brother turn out to be a serial killer, who murdered several women in some of the most appalling ways, would be enough for one person to endure. That’s what happened in “Midnight Caller.” But for Caitlyn Cahill, it doesn’t end there. In this newest novel of her trilogy “Midnight Fear,” Tentler brings the reader through another horrendous nightmare as a copycat tries to finish what Caitlyn’s brother Joshua started—and Caitlyn is the prime star of his fantasies. But FBI Agent Reid Novak is once again there to assist and protect Caitlyn, whom he begins to have strong feelings for. As tough as an agent he is, as faithful to his job and to Caitlyn, those traits may not be enough. A second brain tumor is coming back, the first he battled after Joshua’s arrest. Will Reid be around to protect Caitlyn from the copycat killer?

Tentler holds the reader mesmerized, unable to put the book down or the story to rest until the last page. A magnificent tale, written in such a way it’s near impossible to guess who the copycat is (I know I was taken by complete surprise and that’s hard to do!). This is one book to definitely pick up. You will not be disappointed.

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