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Portland, Oregon Detective Wade Callahan had nothing against mind readers, or fortune-tellers, or whatever they were calling themselves nowadays. So long as they stuck to their tarot cards and beaded curtains and refrained from activities that might conceivably engage the interests of the bunko squad. As far as he was concerned, those so-called psychics had no business in a police squad room unless it was as a victim or perpetrator of a crime. And, given the nature of their business, he figured one scenario was about as likely as the other. They sure as hell had no business wandering around a crime scene. Particularly his crime scene. For some reason the fact that this one happened to be a particularly attractive woman only made matters worse. What in the hell was the captain thinking? And who'd ever heard of a psychic with tousled sunshine hair and big, innocent blue eyes, freckles scattered across her rosy cheeks and pert little Ah, hell. "You're growling again," Ed Francks said, giving him an elbow nudge in the ribs. "Wasn't growling," Wade growled. "Muttering. That was muttering. There's a difference." "Uh-huh." His former partner looked him over, eyebrows raised in mild rebuke. "Best get used to it, man. You heard what the captain said. She's part of the task force from now on." He shrugged. "Anyways, from what I hear this one could be the real deal." Ed Francks was a Vietnam vet who'd seen too many young lives wasted in the jungles and rice paddies of the Mekong Delta and was spending his life making up for that by teaching young police recruits how to stay alive in the urban jungles of Portland, Oregon. He was a gentle bear of a man and a tough task master of a police sergeant and one hell of a fine police officer who, in Wade's opinion, should have been made detective long ago. And no doubt would have, if he'd wanted any part of it. It had been a long time since Wade had been partnered with Francks, but he'd requested him for this task force because he had a fine analytical mind and more common sense than anybody else he knew, and was the person he most wanted watching his back when push came to shove. Which didn't mean he always agreed with him. "Yeah, well, she looks more like a damn high school cheerleader than somebody that talks to dead people," Wade muttered. Muttered, not growled. "That's not what she does." Francks had shifted unconsciously into his drill sergeant's posefeet planted apart, arms folded on his chest. Now he tilted his shaved head toward the woman wanderingapparently aimlesslyaround the section of park playground that had been roped off with yellow crime scene tape. "You heard her at the briefing. She picks up vibes. Feels things." Wade made an ambiguous noise. Francks looked over at him, black eyes reflecting sunlight in a way that turned them the color of dead ripe plums. "I don't know. Could be something in it. The way she explained it, she says all thoughts and emo Fiction Fiction eBook, Silhouette

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Portland, Oregon Detective Wade Callahan had nothing against mind readers, or fortune-tellers, or whatever they were calling themselves nowadays. So long as they stuck to their tarot cards and beaded curtains and refrained from activities that might conceivably engage the interests of the bunko squad. As far as he was concerned, those so-called psychics had no business in a police squad room unless it was as a victim or perpetrator of a crime. And, given the nature of their business, he figured one scenario was about as likely as the other. They sure as hell had no business wandering around a crime scene. Particularly his crime scene. For some reason the fact that this one happened to be a particularly attractive woman only made matters worse. What in the hell was the captain thinking? And who'd ever heard of a psychic with tousled sunshine hair and big, innocent blue eyes, freckles scattered across her rosy cheeks and pert little Ah, hell. "You're growling again," Ed Francks said, giving him an elbow nudge in the ribs. "Wasn't growling," Wade growled. "Muttering. That was muttering. There's a difference." "Uh-huh." His former partner looked him over, eyebrows raised in mild rebuke. "Best get used to it, man. You heard what the captain said. She's part of the task force from now on." He shrugged. "Anyways, from what I hear this one could be the real deal." Ed Francks was a Vietnam vet who'd seen too many young lives wasted in the jungles and rice paddies of the Mekong Delta and was spending his life making up for that by teaching young police recruits how to stay alive in the urban jungles of Portland, Oregon. He was a gentle bear of a man and a tough task master of a police sergeant and one hell of a fine police officer who, in Wade's opinion, should have been made detective long ago. And no doubt would have, if he'd wanted any part of it. It had been a long time since Wade had been partnered with Francks, but he'd requested him for this task force because he had a fine analytical mind and more common sense than anybody else he knew, and was the person he most wanted watching his back when push came to shove. Which didn't mean he always agreed with him. "Yeah, well, she looks more like a damn high school cheerleader than somebody that talks to dead people," Wade muttered. Muttered, not growled. "That's not what she does." Francks had shifted unconsciously into his drill sergeant's posefeet planted apart, arms folded on his chest. Now he tilted his shaved head toward the woman wanderingapparently aimlesslyaround the section of park playground that had been roped off with yellow crime scene tape. "You heard her at the briefing. She picks up vibes. Feels things." Wade made an ambiguous noise. Francks looked over at him, black eyes reflecting sunlight in a way that turned them the color of dead ripe plums. "I don't know. Could be something in it. The way she explained it, she says all thoughts and emo Fiction Fiction, Silhouette

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Danger Signals
Autor:

Creighton, Kathleen

Titel:

Danger Signals

ISBN-Nummer:

9780373275779

After tracking a serial killer through six brutal murders, detective Wade Callahan didn't know where to turn. Then Tierney Doyle, an empath and the police force's secret weapon, joined the search. Wade was immediately attracted to the beautiful blonde--but he didn't trust her abilities. He didn't trust her. Until Tierney uncovered a fact he couldn't deny. Someone was watching Wade--someone who might be connected to the recurring nightmare he'd had since childhood. And as he and Tierney both came into the killer's sights, Wade knew he'd face down death to keep this woman by his side.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780373275779
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0373275773
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: SILHOUETTE ROMANCES
218 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,104 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780373275779

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