Hello, Darkness

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Large Print Press, 2004 - Fiction - 680 pages
9 Reviews
A New York Times BestsellerParis Gibson's popular late-night radio show is her only contact with the outside world. Since moving to Austin to ease the pain of past mistakes, Paris has led a life of virtual isolation, coming alive only at night with her loyal listeners. Then a caller tells Paris that her on-air advice caused the girl he loves to jilt him, and in the next seventy-two hours, he plans to kill the girl and then come after her.

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User Review  - Swade0710 - LibraryThing

I thought this book was amazing though I have become a major fan of her thrillers. As always it contained a couple of graphic sex scenes but overall it was good. Definitely a recommend. Read full review

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User Review  - love2cook - LibraryThing

Just when you think you know who did it, Sandra changes your mind. Late night radio d j Paris Gibson is haunted by her past and caught in a nightmare. There seems to be several perverts in the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
15
Section 3
32
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Sandra Brown began her writing career in 1980. After selling her first book, she wrote a succession of romance novels under several pseudonyms, most of which remain in print. She has become one of the country's most popular novelists, earning the notice of Hollywood and of the critics. More than 60 of her books have appeared on the New York Times bestseller list. There are eighty million copies of her books in print, and her work has been translated into thirty-four languages. Prior to writing, she worked in commercial television as an on-air personality for PM Magazine and local news in Dallas. The parents of two, she and her husband now divide their time between homes in Texas and South Carolina.

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