Published: New York : Pocket Books, c2008 Series:Johnston, Joan, Bitter Creek series, Edition: 1st Pocket Books hardcover ed Description: 340 p. ; 24 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9780743454384, 0743454383, Language: English
"A Bitter Creek novel"--Jacket
FBI Special Agent Breed Grayhawk has the hottest sex in his life with a stranger who calls herself Grace Smith, only to discover early the next morning that her real name is Merle Raye Finkel -- and she's a convicted double murderer who broke her parole a year ago and disappeared. Now she's his prime suspect in a terrorist threat against the U.S. president. Grace Caldwell is determined to find the killer who framed her for the murder of her father and stepmother -- and make him pay. She burgles the home of her #1 suspect and nets a surprising haul: a hot-pink, silk-covered diary -- the record of a sex-addicted wife's adventures -- which suggests that Grace's #1 suspect is a serial killer. But her theft has been caught on tape, and the man she's been chasing becomes the hunter...with Grace as his prey.--From publisher description
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