Divine Evil

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Random House Publishing Group, Jul 22, 2009 - Fiction - 576 pages
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In this gripping novel of small-town scandal and sizzling passion, New York Timesbestselling author Nora Roberts tells the story of a renowned artist who confronts a mystery from her past—and finds that her family secrets have not been laid to rest.

Famed sculptor Clare Kimball has commanded the attention of the New York art world, but troubling memories from childhood have drawn her home to Maryland, to the town where she grew up and where her father died so long ago in circumstances never really explained. Nothing much has changed in Emmitsboro—except Cameron Rafferty, the onetime high-school bad boy turned town sheriff. The only hint of Cam’s wild nature is the light in his eyes when he looks at Clare. In Cam’s strong arms Clare is seduced into falling in love—and into believing that her small-town world is safe.

But within the dark woods of Emmitsboro, something evil is spreading its poisonous power. Now Clare must pay the price for digging up the secrets of the past . . . and confront an evil that may be unstoppable—because those who practice it believe it is divine.

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User Review  - ladyofunicorns - LibraryThing

I liked the book itself. Nora Roberts is a great writer and I have enjoyed her other books immensely. On my 1992 copy it is categorized as fiction. I am glad it is not under the romance category ... Read full review

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User Review  - Silversi - LibraryThing

This Book is a little bit darker than the usual Nora Roberts. While I absolutely love the more mystical side of her writing, I thought this one was a little bit too much. The writing was good as ... Read full review

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Nora Roberts is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of over one hundred novels. Her Bantam titles include the recent reissues of Brazen Virtue, Hot Ice, and Sacred Sins. With over 200 million books in print, she is without a doubt the most celebrated writer of women's fiction today.

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