Wherever Lynn Goes

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3.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Jan 1st, 1975 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
In Jennifer Wilde’s chilling tale of romantic suspense, a woman plunges into mortal danger when she investigates a brutal murder—and uncovers the truth about her own mysterious past

Life is looking up for newspaper editor Lynn Morgan. She just got her first book contract and is seeing a terrific guy, attorney Lloyd Raymond. But her peace of mind is disrupted when she starts receiving prank phone calls from someone claiming to be her father, who has been dead for close to twenty years.
 
Then a phone call from her aunt precedes a ghastly murder, and Lynn is drawn to the crime scene, in the village where she grew up. At her aunt’s Devon estate, Lynn meets handsome, rakish Bartholomew Cooper. Why is the son of the town’s most prominent nobleman living in her aunt’s carriage house? The police insist they have identified the murderer and see no connection between the crime and Lynn’s disturbing phone calls. But Lynn senses that the killer is still out there . . . someone whose deadly connection to her past could obliterate her future.

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