The Edge of DoomBook - 2002
Rich and witty, the literary whodunits by Amanda Cross are a delight for readers who like their mysteries smart and suspenseful. Now comes the highly anticipated sequel to her Kate Fansler novel,Honest Doubt, which theProvidenceJournalcalled "one of [her] best books in years." Here, Cross takes her beloved protagonist into uncharted territory, turning Kate Fansler's world upside down. Just when Kate Fansler thinks life couldn't possibly hold any more surprises, she receives a phone call from Laurence, the eldest of her imperious brothers. But a woman as sharp as Kate knows that the moment one stops believing in life's little bends in the road is the time when it has more twists in store. Kate has always been different from the other Fanslers--a free and independent thinker in a family where propriety and decorum are prized above all. She has always assumed it was because she was the youngest and the only girl in the family. But over a drink with Laurence, Kate's whole understanding of herself is thrown into question as he calmly tells her that a strange man came to his office claiming to be Kate's father--and it's quite possible that she is not a Fansler after all. There are even more dangerous curves in the road for Kate Fansler, especially after she meets the man who calls himself her father. When more life-threatening secrets and lies emerge, Kate and the Fansler family are suddenly pitched perilously close to the edge of doom
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Pub., 2002.
Edition: 1st ed. --
Branch Call Number: FIC Cross
Characteristics: 263 p.