Cool Shade

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HarperCollins Publishers, 1998 - Fiction - 258 pages
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Jobless, broke and anxious for a change of scenery, disc jockey Maddie Smith decides to visit her flaky, estranged sister in Nebraska. But she finds that after a brief encounter with reclusive Eddie Berlin, her baby sister has vanished without a trace. Now it's going to take every last one of Maddie's wiles, feminine and otherwise, to get close enough to Eddie to discover what has happened, and to resist his mesmerizing allure, which may be just as dangerous as it is enticing.

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User Review  - reneebooks - LibraryThing

This book deals with the story of two dysfunctional people. Maddie is flat broke and a radio DJ. She can't hold down a steady job because she seems to purposely self-destruct. Eddie was a former ... Read full review

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User Review  - dianaleez - LibraryThing

Maddie Smith tries to find her missing sister and ends up being mistaken for a hooker. I loved the tension between Maddie and Eddie, who may or may not be, her sister's killer. funny Read full review


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Theresa Weir is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty-five books and numerous short stories that have spanned the genres of suspense, mystery, thriller, romantic suspense, paranormal, fantasy, and memoir. Her fiction books are written under the name of Anne Fraiser. Weir's memoir, The Orchard, was a 2011 Oprah Magazine Fall Pick, Number Two on the Indie Next list, a featured B+ review in Entertainment Weekly, and a Librarians┐ Best Books of 2011. In 2015, her next memoir called The Man Who Left became listed on the New York Times bestseller list; it was originally published in 2012.

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