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Criminal Seduction by Darian North
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Criminal Seduction (1993)

by Darian North

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A courtroom drama. This erotic thriller centers around the exotic and beautiful Lenore as she stands trial for the murder of her artist husband, Bram Serian. Owen Byrne, a writer covering the trial, becomes obsessed with lenore, even as her guilt seems certain. (Mysteries by Mail)
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While covering the New York murder trial of Lenore, accused of killing her artist husband Bram Serian, midwesterner Owen Byrne fights a deep attraction to the accused, even as her involvement in the murder seems ever more unquestionable.

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