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Red, Red Robin

by Stephen Gallagher

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345406494, Mass Market Paperback)

"FASCINATING . . . KEEP ALL THE LIGHTS ON WHILE READING IT."
--Houston Chronicle
He's sweet, wistful, and boyishly handsome. But beneath Tim Hagan's polite veneer lies a rage as deep as the ocean. He needs a woman to save him from his gruesome past--and those who fail become part of it. . . .
"POWERFUL PROSE, WRENCHING PSYCHOLOGICAL INTENSITY, AND ICY SUSPENSE."
--Library Journal
Ruth Lasseter finds herself in a bind: to put the office gossips off the scent of her affair with a married coworker, she must attend a company function with an attractive, even enviable, male. And Tim Hagan seems just the ticket. . . .
"TRULY MENACING."
--Kirkus Reviews
The darkness torn from that single night will consume Ruth with a need for vengeance and strip her life to the bone. And as Ruth penetrates the very heart of Tim's madness, she finds herself irrevocably locked in a chilling dance to the death. . . .
"If thriller-reading were a sin, Stephen Gallagher would be responsible for my ultimate damnation. His work is fast-paced, well-written, infused with a sense of dark wonder, and altogether fresh."
-- Dean R. Koontz

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A woman in Philadelphia hires a man from an escort service to accompany her to a party, unaware he is a killer. A one-night stand follows, after which she leaves him, but he refuses to leave her, stalking and eventually kidnaping her.

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