She Loves Me Not

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Jan 1, 2003 - Fiction - 412 pages
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Life goes on. That's what young widow Rose Larrabee tells herself each day as she has to be both mother and father to her two young children, a task that leaves little time for new romance. That's why she's surprised to find the simple, homemade valentine in her mailbox, a paper heart with no signatrre. It could be a sweet reminder, but for Rose, the red heart has special significance..a link to a secret she shares with two other women...a secret that has just gotten one of them brutally murdered.

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User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

I'm always trying to find new mystery authors, so when I saw on Amazon and Good Reads that this one had an average of 3.5 stars, I thought I'd give it a try. It was okay. The writing style was very ... Read full review

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User Review  - Janet Robel - Goodreads

Good mystery! I never figured out who the killer was until the very end. Read full review


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Bestselling author Wendy Corsi Staub grew up in rural New York and knew as a young child that she wanted to become an author. After graduating in 1986 from the State University of New York at Fredonia, Staub moved to New York City and worked as a book editor and advertising agency account coordinator. She has written for both adults and young adults and published over 70 books in the following genres: thriller, psychological suspense, horror, romance, and biography. Staub has also ghost-written for several celebrities. She has used the pseudonym Wendy Markham and writes the young adult paranormal Lily Dale series. Staub is the recipient of the 2007 RWA-NYC Golden Apple Award for Lifetime Achievement and the 2008 RT Award for Career Achievement in Suspense.

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