Strangers in the Night

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Leisure Books, 2000 - Fiction - 361 pages
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In an era that bore a generation of wartime heroes and heroines, three couples will risk their hearts to have their dreams. This is the first of several nostalgic anthologies named after Sinatra songs.

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Deauxville is the pen name of Maggie Davis. She has written 25 published novels. Davis is a former feature writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, copywriter for Young & Rubicam, NY, and research assistant to the chairman of the department of psychology, Yale University.

Riley is a native Texan and a preacher's daughter. She is the bestselling author of numerous historical, contemporary, and time-travel romances. She is a former English teacher and editor of TOUCHSTONE literary quarterly.

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