The Private Concierge

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Mira, Oct 1, 2008 - Fiction - 484 pages
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L.A.'s rich and powerful rely on Lane Chandler's company, The Private Concierge, to anticipate their every whim…and to guarantee unparalleled discretion. But then one of Lane's celebrity patrons is found murdered in the most undignified manner imaginable. In rapid succession, three other prominent clients become embroiled in separate scandals, thanks to what looks like a security breach of TPC's communications systems.

As word gets out, clients drop Lane like last week's gossip. She's bent on keeping TPC's name out of the papers, but when former police officer Rick Bayless starts nosing around, she has more to worry about than bad PR. Rick knows about Lane's shadowy past, and he's certain she's hiding new secrets. With no other options, Lane must face a dangerous conspirator who knows more about her every move than she does.

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Subtle, chilling web of suspense

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Suzanne Forster is the "New York Times" bestselling author of more than forty romance novels, including "The Devil and Ms. Moody" (1990), "Shameless" (2001), and "Unfinished Business" (2004). She has received the award for Best Contemporary Romantic Suspense and the Career Achievement Award in Series Sensual Romance from"RT Book Reviews". Forster lives in Southern California with her husband, and has taught women s contemporary fiction writing seminars at UCLA and UC Riverside.

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