Valentine

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Onyx, Jan 1, 2001 - Fiction - 448 pages
24 Reviews
Jillian Talbot seems to have everything, as a bestselling author of suspense novels. But now, somewhere in the shadows of New York City, someone is watching her. He leaves notes in her mailbox, gifts on her doorstep, messages on her answering machine. His motives are as cryptic as the name he goes by: Valentine. But his intentions are deadly clear. Pictures.

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Edge of your seat page turner. - Goodreads
Savage is brilliant writer. - Goodreads
I was completely blown away by the ending. - Goodreads
That's a major skill in a suspense writer. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Edwina Hall Callan - Goodreads

Edge of your seat page turner. I couldn't put it down! Also loved the movie. Read full review

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User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

I loved this nerd in school seeks vengeance later in life against the popular girls he loved. They humiliated him and now they will pay a very big price. A total psychopath and I intend to reread because it's been 20 years since and it was so good, I want to re-enjoy it. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
19
Section 3
38
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Native Iowan Tom Savage was born in Mt. Pleasant in 1945. He received his BS in psychology and his MA in college student personnel from the University of Iowa. He was a counselor for Muscatine Community College from 1978 until retirement in 2004; currently he is co-owner of Muscatine Books and More in Muscatine, Iowa. Loren Horton recently retired as senior historian after twenty-four years of working for the State Historical Society of Iowa; he continues to research, teach, and write in the area of nineteenth-century social history.

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