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Onyx, Jan 1, 2001 - Fiction - 448 pages
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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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This may be the only time in my life I use the phrase "The movie was better than the book." Yes, the movie has only superficial resemblance to the novel; yes the movie is barely above your typical ... Read full review

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Tom Savage is the author of three previous thrillers, including Precipice, Valentine, and The Inheritance (all available from Signet). He lives in New York City, where he divides his time between writing and working at Murder Ink, the world's oldest mystery bookstore. He is at work on a new novel.

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