After his train is robbed at gunpoint, Remington Frost awakens from a blow to find the bandits gone - along with the woman he was shadowing for protection. No stranger to risk, Remington will do what it takes to bring Phoebe Apple to safety and her kidnappers to justice. But ransoming Phoebe is just the start of trouble...Phoebe is shocked to learn that her mysterious rescuer is none other than Remington Frost, the son of her sister's new husband. Home at Twin Star Ranch, she falls happily into western life-and cautiously in love with Remington. But danger hides close to home, and their romance illuminates a web of secrets and betrayal that may put the rancher and his intended bride past the point of rescue.
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'A funny, frantic, utterly refreshing brew' Sunday Telegraph
Detective Inspector Jack Frost, officially on duty, is nevertheless determined to sneak off to a colleague's leaving party.But first the corpse of a well-known local junkie is found blocking the drain of a Denton public lavatory - and then, when Frost attempts to join the revels later on, the nubile daughter of a wealthy businessman is reported missing.
Sleepy Denton has never known anything like the crime wave which now threatens to submerge it.A robbery occurs at the town's notorious strip joint, the Coconut Grove, the pampered son of a local MP is suspected of a hit-and-run offence and, to top it all, a multiple racist is on the loose.Frost is reeling under the strain, his paperwork is still in arrears and now, more than ever, his self-righteous colleagues would love to see him sacked.But the manic Frost manages to assure his superior that all is under control.Now he has only to convince himself...
'What impresses most is the extraordinarily vivid interplay between the police characters.Frost himself is splendidly drawn' The TimesAbout the Author:
Jo Goodman is the USA Today bestselling author of numerous romance novels, including The Devil You Know, This Gun for Hire, In Want of a Wife, and True to the Law, and she is also a fan of happily ever afters. When she's not writing, she is a licensed professional counselor working with children and families in West Virginia's Northern Panhandle.
Laurence Bouvard received a B.A in Linguistics with Dramatic Arts from Harvard University and a diploma in Dramatic Art from LAMDA. Her voice-acting and narration work includes many BBC radio dramas and over one hundred audiobooks. Based in London, she studies languages in her spare time.
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Book Description Constable, London, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+. First Edition; First Printing. An ex-library copy of this scarce 1st edition of the second D I Frost Book. Black cloth boards; slightly weak hinge; Rubber stamps on title page and on rear of title page; very light browning to pages; dustwrapper not price clipped; has some creasing; tiny loss to spine end; G/G++; price reflects the fact that this is an ex library copy - this book would normally retail at around 500.00 if it was a decent non ex-library copy; ; D I Frost; Ex-Library; Vol. 2; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 356 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 93494
Book Description Constable, London, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Jacket illustration by Terry Pastor (illustrator). 1st Edition. "First published in Great Britain 1990." This is the actual 8vo Constable first hardcover printing, not some 12mo "BCA" reprint. It is, however, ex-public library, with glued-in attachments and "DISCARD" stamp to FFE, and top edges stamped "H.C.L." for Huron County Library. Spine rolled about 1/4-inch, but book is tight and would grade "very good" save for the library trappings. Most of the value here is presumably in the near-fine dust jacket, which is not price clipped -- original "L12.95 net" price showing. The second Inspector Frost novel. (PLEASE NOTE: Although we find it exasperating to repeat ourselves, we are now encountering post-literate would-be customers who don't seem able to comprehend this standard formulation. So: By stating "Most of the value here lies in the dust jacket," we mean this jacket might considerably enhance the value of a better-condition, jacketless copy, but that -- absent the jacket -- this ex-library book itself is not worth much. So please don't order this ex-library book and then -- ignoring the value of the jacket -- complain "The book isn't worth much because it's ex-library." Isn't that what we just said? If necessary, please have an adult native English speaker read this description and explain it to you, with whatever hand gestures seem appropriate.) 356 pp. Reduced from $340. Bookseller Inventory # 002494
Book Description CONSTABLE 1990, 1990. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Fine in Fine dj, UK First Edition, First Printing Hardcover WITH THE EXCEPTION OF A COUPLE OF PAGES PREVIOUSLY TURNED DOWN AT THE BOTTOM FRONT OF THE TEXT BLOCK A WONDERFUL COPY Protected in clear Mylar cover. Bubble wrapped and shipped in a box. We do not stock or sell ex-library or Book Club editions. Bookseller Inventory # 50490
Book Description Constable, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Black boards with silver titles to the spine. Clean pages that have a bit tanning at the edge. Tight square binding. 1st edition. Dustjacket is not price clipped £12.95. No former owners inscriptions. Bookseller Inventory # 505
Book Description Constable & Company Ltd., London, 1990. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First Edition. A beautiful copy of the author's scarce second mystery with DI Jack Frost. Pages very slightly toned., but text block is tight with no loose pages, no markings, and no dog-eared pages. This is NOT a library discard nor a book club edition. The dust jacket is NOT price clipped. Dust jacket protected in clear mylar wrapper; bubble wrapped, boxed, and shipped with Delivery Confirmation (USA only). Bookseller Inventory # 001349