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I'd kill for that : a serial novel

Author: Gayle Lynds; Marcia Dutton Talley
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st St. Martin's Minotaur edView all editions and formats
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On the banks of the scenic Truxton River, nestled in rolling woodlands just minutes from the nation's capital lies Gryphon Gate. Drawn to its breathtaking view of the Chesapeake Bay, Henry Drysdale selected this waterfront location to create a premier gated community where the rich and privileged residents live, work, and play. Tempers flare when Vanessa, Henry's ex, decides to build Forest Glen, a 300-unit  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Mystery fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gayle Lynds; Marcia Dutton Talley
ISBN: 0312290578 9780312290573
OCLC Number: 55511599
Description: xiii, 239 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1 / Gayle Lynds --
Chapter 2 / Rita Mae Brown --
Chapter 3 / Marcia Talley --
Chapter 4 / Lisa Gardner --
Chapter 5 / Linda Fairstein --
Chapter 6 / Kay Hooper --
Chapter 7 / Kathy Reichs --
Chapter 8 / Julie Smith --
Chapter 9 / Heather Graham --
Chapter 10 / Jennifer Cruise --
Chapter 11 / Tina Wainscot --
Chapter 12 / Anne Perry --
Chapter 13 / Katherine Neville.
Responsibility: by Gayle Lynds ...[et. al.] ; edited by Marcia Talley.
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On the banks of the scenic Truxton River, nestled in rolling woodlands just minutes from the nation's capital lies Gryphon Gate. Drawn to its breathtaking view of the Chesapeake Bay, Henry Drysdale selected this waterfront location to create a premier gated community where the rich and privileged residents live, work, and play. Tempers flare when Vanessa, Henry's ex, decides to build Forest Glen, a 300-unit condominium development on an adjoining tract of land. The Gryphon Gate town meeting disintegrates into a free-for-all as environmentalists, developers, residents, and the media clash.

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