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** THE AMAZON UK TOP #3 HUMOUR BESTSELLER **

Literally a laugh out loud kind of book!

Thrilling, Gripping and Unique – one of my favourite books this year by far – 23reviewstreet

This read was HILARIOUS! Many a times I got funny looks as I could no longer contain my laughing while on the train during my work commutes – “Liz” Canada

Quirky British Chick-Lit at its best. This story is total Mayhem from beginning to end, and totally fun! – Wall to Wall Books

A very funny peek into the life and mind of Cathy, housewife, mum and frustrated woman. Highly recommended! – Michele Gorman, Author of BELLA SUMMER TAKES A CHANCE, SINGLE IN THE CITY and more.

Bored stay at home mother, Cathy, finds her predictable routine upturned as she investigates a lipstick-covered love postcard sent to husband, Declan. Who is this mysterious La La? Could Declan really be having an affair? And – wait – is Cathy actually being stalked?

With all her friends hiding secrets, a sexy admirer igniting long-forgotten sparks, and the stress of organizing the school’s Save The Toilets dance, soon it’s not only Cathy’s marriage that’s in jeopardy. Add in the scheming antics of Declan’s new assistant and a possible murderer on the scene and the stage is set for a dangerous showdown and some very unsettling, even deadly, revelations.’

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Blood makes you related; Murder makes you family!

Riley Ashcroft discovers that being born into one of the most prominent and powerful families in Massachusetts doesn’t mean a life of ease. Far from it. Since her father, Jack Ashcroft, took his own life thirteen years ago, she has lived in the shadow of scandal. When her grandmother’s personal secretary is brutally murdered, Riley begins to suspect everything she has been told as a child was a lie. Feeling betrayed, she vows to expose her family’s darkest secrets.

Josh Kincaid, an investigative reporter, is on the heels of a major story. Thirteen years ago, Harrison Taylor’s fate lay in the hands of his lawyer, Jack Ashcroft. In the midst of rumors and scandal, Ashcroft committed suicide and Taylor’s fate was decided. Taylor is a convicted killer, but his grandmother has never stopped believing in his innocence. Now, the woman of meager means has offered a reward for any information that will free her grandson. Kincaid’s interest is peaked, but it isn’t until an anonymous tip suggests that the convicted killer was framed that he takes on the case.

Determined that the sins of the past be revealed, Kincaid and Riley search together for answers to the questions that were silenced by Jack Ashcroft’s death. But there is a killer out there that has already proven he will do whatever necessary to keep those secrets buried.

In this tale of deceit and twisted revenge, the two soon realize that no one can be trusted, not even each other…

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Two Weeks #1 on Amazon Best seller list in 2012-Mystery/Romantic Suspense/Adventure.

When Katrina Hunter is forced to shoot her sister’s stalker, she takes the required leave of absence from the SF police department as her chance for a long over-due sail to Mexico.
But when she discovers a floater close to her first port-of-call, she naturally does the right thing; she reports the dead body to the Mexican Navy. Except that doing her civic duty brings her into the Ensenada police station where she comes face-to-face with her unfortunate past. A past that could cause her to lose her hard won position as a detective in the San Francisco police department.
Though the handsome, Italian-Mexican investigator, Raul Vignaroli, finds Katy attractive, he is quick to take advantage of her secret. Now, instead of releasing her, he chains her boat to the dock. Though Katy is furious, Raul coerces her with a combination of Latin charm and subtle threat into helping him uncover which of the American sailors in this small Baja port is a killer.

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When Alexandra was a child, she thought she was a princess in a fairy-tale life… She didn’t know she was one tragedy away from reality.

Now twenty-two, disaster strikes again and she’s determined to change her path. Unfortunately, one night of indiscretion propels her into a situation that may cost Alexandra her life.

It’ll all come down to two men, one decision, and a final encounter that will change her life forever.

Although Entangled Dreams is part of the Southern Romantic-Suspense Collection, it is a stand-alone story that can be read on its own. This is a cliffhanger-free zone!

 

 

ROMANTIC PICKS #SUMMERTIMEREAD A Dangerous Harbor by RP Dahlke

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Two Weeks #1 on Amazon Best seller list in 2012-Mystery/Romantic Suspense/Adventure.

When Katrina Hunter is forced to shoot her sister’s stalker, she takes the required leave of absence from the SF police department as her chance for a long over-due sail to Mexico.
But when she discovers a floater close to her first port-of-call, she naturally does the right thing; she reports the dead body to the Mexican Navy. Except that doing her civic duty brings her into the Ensenada police station where she comes face-to-face with her unfortunate past. A past that could cause her to lose her hard won position as a detective in the San Francisco police department.
Though the handsome, Italian-Mexican investigator, Raul Vignaroli, finds Katy attractive, he is quick to take advantage of her secret. Now, instead of releasing her, he chains her boat to the dock. Though Katy is furious, Raul coerces her with a combination of Latin charm and subtle threat into helping him uncover which of the American sailors in this small Baja port is a killer.
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“I strongly recommend “A Dangerous Harbor.” By the time I finished the book, my wanderlust was in full throttle. I was drawn to the sense of adventure and I admired the strong female lead. Best of all, the ending, which I won’t give away, was extremely satisfying. Five Stars out of Five.” Lynn Farris, mystery reviewer for Examiner gave her much coveted 5 star review
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“This is an engaging, well-written mystery with characters that took up residence in my imagination; moving in with all their baggage and quirks. I found them incredibly difficult to dislodge even several days after I had finished reading the book. I loved the setting; the beauty of the waters and the lovely hillsides existing alongside the abject poverty and ugliness of the slummy, sleazy habitats of those less fortunate. The day to day uncertainly of life is realistically portrayed in an area where powerful drug cartels operate from shadowy positions in almost all levels of government…” LauriJ’s Reviews for Night Owl Reviews 8/24/12 Reviewer Top Pick

ROMANTIC PICKS #SUMMERREADS #ROMANTICSUSPENSE A Dangerous Harbor by RP Dahlke

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Two Weeks #1 on Amazon Best seller list in 2012-Mystery/Romantic Suspense/Adventure.

When Katrina Hunter is forced to shoot her sister’s stalker, she takes the required leave of absence from the SF police department as her chance for a long over-due sail to Mexico.
But when she discovers a floater close to her first port-of-call, she naturally does the right thing; she reports the dead body to the Mexican Navy. Except that doing her civic duty brings her into the Ensenada police station where she comes face-to-face with her unfortunate past. A past that could cause her to lose her hard won position as a detective in the San Francisco police department.
Though the handsome, Italian-Mexican investigator, Raul Vignaroli, finds Katy attractive, he is quick to take advantage of her secret. Now, instead of releasing her, he chains her boat to the dock. Though Katy is furious, Raul coerces her with a combination of Latin charm and subtle threat into helping him uncover which of the American sailors in this small Baja port is a killer.
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“I strongly recommend “A Dangerous Harbor.” By the time I finished the book, my wanderlust was in full throttle. I was drawn to the sense of adventure and I admired the strong female lead. Best of all, the ending, which I won’t give away, was extremely satisfying. Five Stars out of Five.” Lynn Farris, mystery reviewer for Examiner gave her much coveted 5 star review
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“This is an engaging, well-written mystery with characters that took up residence in my imagination; moving in with all their baggage and quirks. I found them incredibly difficult to dislodge even several days after I had finished reading the book. I loved the setting; the beauty of the waters and the lovely hillsides existing alongside the abject poverty and ugliness of the slummy, sleazy habitats of those less fortunate. The day to day uncertainly of life is realistically portrayed in an area where powerful drug cartels operate from shadowy positions in almost all levels of government…” LauriJ’s Reviews for Night Owl Reviews 8/24/12 Reviewer Top Pick
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“I could say I love it 20 times !! having sailed the Ensenada race many years these adventures there were near reality…A Dangerous Harbor for sure is an excellent read…writen as a pro in adventure…Loved it !….If you ever sailed this is a book adventure that can hold you captive…Now I am on to her other adventures…” Commodore Bill, Amazon Review

ROMANTIC PICKS #ROMANTICSUSPENSE A Dangerous Harbor by RP Dahlke

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When Katrina Hunter is forced to shoot her sister’s stalker, she takes the required leave of absence from the SF police department as her chance for a long over-due sail to Mexico.
But when she discovers a floater close to her first port-of-call, she naturally does the right thing; she reports the dead body to the Mexican Navy. Except that doing her civic duty brings her into the Ensenada police station where she comes face-to-face with her unfortunate past. A past that could cause her to lose her hard won position as a detective in the San Francisco police department.
Though the handsome, Italian-Mexican investigator, Raul Vignaroli, finds Katy attractive, he is quick to take advantage of her secret. Now, instead of releasing her, he chains her boat to the dock. Though Katy is furious, Raul coerces her with a combination of Latin charm and subtle threat into helping him uncover which of the American sailors in this small Baja port is a killer.

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ROMANTIC PICKS #CONTEMPORARY #ROMANTICSUSPENSE A Dangerous Harbor by RP Dahlke

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When Katrina Hunter is forced to shoot her sister’s stalker, she takes the required leave of absence from the SF police department as her chance for a long over-due sail to Mexico.
But when she discovers a floater close to her first port-of-call, she naturally does the right thing; she reports the dead body to the Mexican Navy. Except that doing her civic duty brings her into the Ensenada police station where she comes face-to-face with her unfortunate past. A past that could cause her to lose her hard won position as a detective in the San Francisco police department.
Though the handsome, Italian-Mexican investigator, Raul Vignaroli, finds Katy attractive, he is quick to take advantage of her secret. Now, instead of releasing her, he chains her boat to the dock. Though Katy is furious, Raul coerces her with a combination of Latin charm and subtle threat into helping him uncover which of the American sailors in this small Baja port is a killer.
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“I strongly recommend “A Dangerous Harbor.” By the time I finished the book, my wanderlust was in full throttle. I was drawn to the sense of adventure and I admired the strong female lead. Best of all, the ending, which I won’t give away, was extremely satisfying. Five Stars out of Five.” Lynn Farris, mystery reviewer for Examiner gave her much coveted 5 star review
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“This is an engaging, well-written mystery with characters that took up residence in my imagination; moving in with all their baggage and quirks. I found them incredibly difficult to dislodge even several days after I had finished reading the book. I loved the setting; the beauty of the waters and the lovely hillsides existing alongside the abject poverty and ugliness of the slummy, sleazy habitats of those less fortunate. The day to day uncertainly of life is realistically portrayed in an area where powerful drug cartels operate from shadowy positions in almost all levels of government…” LauriJ’s Reviews for Night Owl Reviews 8/24/12 Reviewer Top Pick
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“I could say I love it 20 times !! having sailed the Ensenada race many years these adventures there were near reality…A Dangerous Harbor for sure is an excellent read…writen as a pro in adventure…Loved it !….If you ever sailed this is a book adventure that can hold you captive…Now I am on to her other adventures…” Commodore Bill, Amazon Review