There's no place like home...unless someone wants you dead.
When Romi Lachlan's fiancé makes off with a half-a-billion dollars, she finds herself broke, blackballed and the FBI's prime suspect. Forced to take refuge with her crazy-as-a-bag-of-cats family at the Cactus Flower trailer park, Romi's sure her life can't get any worse until Special Agent Benjamin Sawyer shows up, determined to recover the money and put her away. But persuading the hard-nosed G-man she's innocent is the least of her worries. The body count is rising and Romi must uncover the secret to the town’s newfound prosperity before the secret buries her.Order Now!
About the Book
“Kristen Lamb is a word demon. Sardonic, humorous and afoul of propriety, her fiction takes no prisoners. The Devil’s Dance is fun stuff, written by a born novelist with a maverick sensibility.” Hollywood producer & award-winning novelist Joel Eisenberg
I picked up Kristen Lamb’s debut novel, THE DEVIL’S DANCE, fully expecting to be reading what I anticipated as a decent first effort at fiction—and was instantly dissuaded of that notion—finding instead I was totally mesmerized by a book of the quality normally reserved for those best-selling, rave review-garnering, masters of thriller novels.
I was totally gobsmacked. Lamb has crafted a work of immense worth. It’s truly remarkable in its maturity, level of writing, and most important, level of entertainment. We often see reviews where they trot out that hoariest of clichés—“It was so good I couldn’t put it down,” except in this case that’s not even close to an exaggeration, but the honest damned truth.
Be assured this is no “beginner’s first effort.” This is leagues above that. Already, I’ve placed it on the shelf of “Best Books of the Year That I’ve Read.” It most certainly is. I won’t give you a synopsis—that’s already done for you on the Amazon page, but if my opinion means anything to you, I urge you to run right out and buy this novel. Lamb is just one smart cookie who doesn’t seem to fail at any enterprise she sets her hand to. Make room on your bookshelf for a writer of uncommon and rare talent.
And… what a totally entertaining book!
–Les Edgerton, author of Hooked, Finding Your Voice, The Genuine, Imitation, Plastic Kidnapping, The Death of Tarpons and others.
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