A talented painter in her early thirties, Samille Sweeney has achieved enviable success. Her work sells at an exclusive New York City gallery and her popularity is at an all-time high when she begins to experience lush, vivid dreams drenched in vibrant hues that influence her artwork. When Sweeney paints a graphic murder scene that mirrors a recent real-life murder, she is thrust into suspicious light.
With Now You See Her, Linda Howard grips the imagination and touches the heart with breathless excitement.
©1998 Linda Howington (P)1998 Simon & Schuster
No because the narration was so terrible. The narrator had no inflection and didn't try to make the male characters sound male or the female characters distinctive.
The book itself had suspense, caused great anticipation, was incredibly enjoyable. I find most of Linda Howard's thrillers to be great and this book was no exception.
If there had been ANY performance at all it would have been better. There was no attempt to make the characters come alive.
Talented, psychic and sexy.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
I love the writen version, one of my favorites by Linda Howard. I enjoyed the audio just as much.
"now you see her"
I would listen to this story again i really got involved with story and characters
The story is good but the characters are really in depth.
the voices that she puts to each character makes them real .
I think the name of the book will do
Would love to have some of the older books that have been written by the author would be nice
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