BED OF ROSES by Katherine Stone

BED OF ROSES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The latest romantic mystery from Stone (Imagine Love, 1996; Pearl Moon, 1995, etc.) offers a variation on genre themes. The actress Cassandra Winter is badly injured by an unknown assailant. The assault stirs up a variety of previously concealed secrets, and spurs Cass to reconsider her life, including a long-ago romance with the handsome Chase Tessier. As Cass and Chase warily attempt to rebuild their relationship, the figure stalking Cass shows no signs of giving up. All of this is played out against the appropriately privileged background of the Napa Valley. Competent storytelling with few surprises.

Pub Date: Feb. 17th, 1998
Page count: 464pp
Publisher: Warner