Call the Devil by His Oldest Name

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Bantam Dell, 2004 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Haunted by the death of her mother and tortured by the secret that died upon her best friend's lips, assistant district attorney Mary Crow is obsessed with finding the man who holds the key to both those tragedies.

When her infant goddaughter is kidnapped, Mary knows the hunt she's been dreading has begun. In a lethal game of cat-and-mouse that will take her along the Cherokee Trail of Tears, Mary must save the child of the man she loves while she rips the secrets from the heart of a killer who could be mistaken for the very devil himself.

Sallie Bissell, fast distinguishing herself as the Patricia Cornwall of the Appalachian Mountains, delivers a tour de force of relentless suspense and heart-stopping menace that Rendezvous raves "will leave you breathless."

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About the author (2004)

Sallie Bissell is a native of Nashville, Tennessee. She currently divides her time between Nashville and Asheville, North Carolina, where she is at work on her fourth novel of suspense.

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