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"two delightful paranormal romantic mysteries"

"Edge of the Moon". Montgomery County, Maryland detective Jack Thornton works three missing people case where he believes homicides have occurred. Graphic designer Kathryn Reynolds calls the police because her tenant Heather DeYoung has not returned home in a few days. When Jack and Kathryn see each other for the first time, neither can breathe. Meanwhile Simon Gwynn uses many aliases and houses to incarcerate his prisoners until he is ready to sacrifice them in an ancient ritual that will soon enable him to control the energy essence Ayindral. He believes Kathryn is the key offering. Readers will enjoy this paranormal romantic suspense that deftly combines fantasy with a police procedural wrapped inside a romance.

"Killing Moon". Private Investigator Ross Maxwell seeks evidence against human predator serial killer Donald Arnott. Ross shifts shape into a wolf and passes through a perimeter breach he created on Donald's property. However, Donald sees and shoots Ross, who escapes. The next day genetic research scientist Megan Sheridan of Bio Gen Labs visits her client Ross at his home to do a work up on him. She finds him feverish from his wound so she cleans the wound, provides the antibiotic that he happens to need, and puts on fresh bandages. As he heals Ross worries because he knows Arnott stalks him, the Montgomery County, Maryland police suspect him in a murder investigation, and the CEO of Megan's company is acting strange. Still, Ross is angriest with Megan for not fleeing from him because wolves mate for life. Using the premise that lycanthropy is a genetic disorder, KILLING MOON is a delightful supernatural private investigator romance starring two charming lead characters.

These are two delightful paranormal romantic mysteries.

Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted March 23, 2006

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 6, 2007

SUMMARY

Together for the first time in one thrilling volume are Rebecca York's Killing Moon and Edge of the Moon, two of her highly acclaimed werewolf novels full of suspense, intrigue, and passionate hunger.

Killing Moon (originally published in June 2003)
Private investigator Ross Marshall has a special talent for tracking—a talent that has helped him locate missing persons when the police's trial has gone cold. now his current case has led him to a body buried in an isolated rural area—and a serial killer who is looking for a new victim. But while gathering evidence for the police, something goes very wrong...

The last thing genetic researcher Megan Sheridan expected was to discover her client shot and unconscious. Ross Marshall had requested her lab to run genetic tests on him, but instead of taking a blood sample, Megan found herself tending his wounds. Although frightened by secrets she knows he's hiding, Megan is compelled to him by a force she can't explain—or resist. Ross tried to deny the ancient instincts clamoring for him to take Megan as his mate, for to do so would sentence her to a lifetime of sorrow. But now Ross has an even more urgent reason to stay away from Megan: the killer that he's been hunting has turned the tables—and is now hunting him...

Edge of the Moon (originally published in August 2003)
The first person to disappear was an elderly woman. Then it was a child...then a teenage boy. When Kathryn Reynolds's tenant and friend goes missing, she has no idea that her vanishing could be part of a larger, sinister pattern. But the moment she meets Detective Jack Thornton, time seems to stop—literally; The attraction between them is so strong and undeniable, there's almost something dangerous about it...

Jack Thornton had assumed that this was just a routine missing persons report, but there was nothing routine about his response to Kathryn. He's never reacted so quickly or so strongly to any woman before, and the erotic dreams they share threaten to overwhelm his control. But the more he investigates her friend's disappearance, the more uneasy he feels. For he's starting to sense that he and Kathryn are being manipulated by someone...or something. They seem to be playing cat-and-mouse with an unseen enemy;but what Jack doesn't realize is that a killer is on the hunt, and he will stop at nothing to attain his goal. And that the killer is convinced that Kathryn is the key to his dreams of unholy power...

 

Full Moon
by Rebecca York

Berkley Pub Group
February 1, 2006
Available: February 7, 2006
ISBN #0425207765
EAN #9780425207765
496 pages
Trade Size (reprint)
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Other Books by
Rebecca York

Day of the Dragon
Dragon Moon
Eternal Moon
Christmas Spirit
Ghost Moon
Beyond Fearless
Elemental Magic
Return of the Warrior
New Moon
Unleashed
What Dreams May Come
Shadow of the Moon
Midnight Magic
What Dreams May Come
Crimson Moon
The Journey Home
Immortal Bad Boys
Out Of Nowhere
Bedroom Therapy
Boys in Blue
Witching Moon
Edge of the Moon
Intimate Strangers
Killing Moon
Phantom Lover
Dark Secrets
Gypsy Magic
From The Shadows
Body Contact
Lassiter's Law
What Child Is This?


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