Midnight Fear

Midnight Fear Cover

Midnight Fear

By Leslie Tentler

Mira Books, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780778312468, 425pp.

Publication Date: July 19, 2011


"I trusted you, Caity"
The still of the night is once again shattered by Caitlyn Cahill's recurring nightmareher brother standing before her, gripping a butcher knife, his eyes black with hatred. Two years ago, the former Washington, D.C., socialite defied her powerful senator father and risked the ruin of her family by helping the FBI link her troubled brother to a string of horrific murders. "The Capital Killer" was sent to prison for lifeand Caitlyn's entire world fell apart.
Now, FBI agent Reid Novak is forced to rend the peace Caitlyn has found on a rural Virginia horse farm. A copycat killer is on the loose and slowly toying with Caitlynhis ultimate targetin a terrorizing catandmouse game. Almost destroyed two years ago by Caitlyn's family, not to mention the Capital Killer's haunting final murder, Reid vows to save the woman he's never forgotten or die trying.

About the Author
Leslie Tentler a travaille pendant vingt ans dans une agence de relations publiques, avant de se consacrer a sa passion: l ecriture. Ses romans sont portes par une atmosphere sombre, tendue, et contemporaine. Membre des Romance Writers of America et des Mystery Writers of America, elle vit a Atlanta avec son mari.

Praise For Midnight Fear

"A smooth prose style and an authentic Big Easy vibe distinguish Tentler's debut...the shivers are worthy of a Lisa Jackson."-Publishers Weekly on Midnight Caller

"...filled with suspense and mystery, and centered around a compelling plot with a terrifying villain...This is one riveting read."   -Romantic Times Book Review on Midnight Caller

"A romantic thriller that continually keeps you on the edge of your seat."-Fresh Fiction on Midnight Caller

"Leslie Tentler shows what she is capable of...producing a first-class suspense/mystery novel."-Manic Readers on Midnight Caller

"...this refreshing new talent proves she's got a promising future in this genre." -Suspense Magazine on Midnight Caller