Dancing in the Dark

Dancing in the Dark

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Baker & Taylor
Setting aside her vacation plans to interview a kidnapping victim whose story was not believed by authorities, news correspondent Diane Mayfield becomes increasingly alarmed when subsequent victims are discovered murdered, a situation that places Diane and her family in danger. By the author of Hide Yourself Away. 150,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
New York Times bestselling author Mary Jane Clark turns up the heat with a drop-dead frightening novel about a town where teenage girls are disappearing, where an idyllic beach community is terrorized, and where one reporter must get to the truth to protect her family.…

Trying to mix business with pleasure, KEY News correspondent Diane Mayfield has brought her children and her sister to the New Jersey shore town of Ocean Grove to investigate a story on “girls who cry wolf” for the season premiere of Hourglass, television’s highly rated news magazine. Diane lands an exclusive interview with a troubled young woman whose tale of being abducted and held against her will for three terrifying days had been disbelieved by the authorities. No sooner does Diane finish taping the interview, though, than a second victim disappears. The small community, already in the grip of a record heat wave, is now wracked by fear and terror—no one knows who could be next. With only the first victim as eyewitness, Diane and the police turn to her for clues. But it may be too late to save Diane and her loved ones from the mortal danger that lurks in Ocean Grove. Full of twists, turns, and terrifyingly real danger, Dancing in the Dark is summer reading at its most suspenseful yet.

With a Mary Jane Clark novel, every word is a clue.



Holtzbrinck
New York Times bestselling author Mary Jane Clark turns up the heat with a drop-dead frightening novel about a town where teenage girls are disappearing, where an idyllic beach community is terrorized, and where one reporter must get to the truth to protect her family.…
 
Trying to mix business with pleasure, KEY News correspondent Diane Mayfield has brought her children and her sister to the New Jersey shore town of Ocean Grove to investigate a story on “girls who cry wolf” for the season premiere of Hourglass, television’s highly rated news magazine. Diane lands an exclusive interview with a troubled young woman whose tale of being abducted and held against her will for three terrifying days had been disbelieved by the authorities. No sooner does Diane finish taping the interview, though, than a second victim disappears. The small community, already in the grip of a record heat wave, is now wracked by fear and terror—no one knows who could be next. With only the first victim as eyewitness, Diane and the police turn to her for clues. But it may be too late to save Diane and her loved ones from the mortal danger that lurks in Ocean Grove. Full of twists, turns, and terrifyingly real danger, Dancing in the Dark is summer reading at its most suspenseful yet.
 
With a Mary Jane Clark novel, every word is a clue.



Blackwell North Amer
Trying to mix business with pleasure, KEY News correspondent Diane Mayfield has brought her children and her sister to the New Jersey Shore town of Ocean Grove to investigate a story on "girls who cry wolf" for the season premiere of Hourglass, television's highly rated newsmagazine. Diane lands an exclusive interview with a troubled young woman whose tale of being abducted and held against her will for three terrifying days hadn't been believed by the authorities. No sooner does Diane finish taping the interview, though, than a second victim disappears. The small community, already in the grip of a record heat wave, is now racked by fear and terror - no one knows who could be next. With only the first victim as eyewitness, Diane and the police turn to her for clues. But it may be too late to save Diane and her loved ones from the mortal danger that lurks in Ocean Grove.

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& Taylor

Setting aside her vacation plans to interview a kidnapping victim whose story was not believed by authorities, news correspondent Diane Mayfield becomes increasingly alarmed when subsequent victims are discovered murdered.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312323158
0312323158
Branch Call Number: Fiction Cla
Characteristics: 343 p. ; 25 cm

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