In the Dark

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Harlequin Books, 2006 - Fiction - 248 pages
3 Reviews
Sisters Charlotte, Sylvie, Renee, and Melanie Marchand return home to run the family-owned hotel in New Orleans's French Quarter. Mardi Gras season brings a generous dose of mystery and danger in this first book of a new 12-book series. Includes bonus features. Original.

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Review: In the Dark (Hotel Marchand #1)

User Review  - Samantha - Goodreads

Super Librarian TBR Challenge for October. Romantic Suspense or Paranormal I picked Romantic Suspense. The first book in the Hotel Marchand series. I really enjoyed it to tell you the truth. Good ... Read full review

Review: In the Dark (Hotel Marchand #1)

User Review  - Bradley - Goodreads

An above average intrigue romance. This was a fun enjoyable read. Very fun. =) Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Writing under the pen name Judith Arnold, Barbara Keiler is the author of eighty-six published novels. She has been a multiple finalist for RWA's Rita Award, and she's won several Reviewer's Choice Awards from "RT Book Reviews, " including awards for Best Harlequin American, Best Superromance, Best Series Romance, and, most recently Best Contemporary Romance Novel. Her novel "Love In Bloom's" was honored as one of the best books of the year by "Publishers Weekly". Her Superromance "Barefoot In The Grass" has appeared on the recommended reading lists of cancer support groups and hospitals. Her current release is "Hope Street", a single-title trade paperback from Harlequin.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Smith College, Barbara holds a master's degree in creative writing from Brown University. She has received writing fellowships from the Shubert Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts, and has taught at colleges and universities around the country.

Barbara lives in Massachusetts. She is married and the mother of two sons.

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