The Inferno Collection

      Jacqueline Seewald

The Inferno Collection

When Kim Reynolds, a university reference librarian with clairvoyant ability, is contacted by her friend, Lorette Campbell, a grad student in the English doctoral program, a chain of frightening events unfolds. Lorette, worried that someone is out to harm her, asks Kim to look into the possibility that an inferno collection exists at the library.

After Lorette dies, the police initially write it off as a suicide. Kim, convinced Lorette was murdered, begins her own investigation, placing her own life in jeopardy. She becomes romantically involved with dashing, popular professor, Don Bernard, as well as tough police detective, Mike Gardner.

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    Stacy's Song

      Jacqueline Seewald

Stacy's Song

Stacy's talent and love for music forces her to make hard choices. Life is risky, but she must learn to make important decisions on her own. Stacy Nelson, warm-hearted with a sense of humor, is a tall, skinny teenager, sometimes called "giraffe" by other kids. She's an average student with a lot of extracurricular interests. Her good friend Karen wants Stacy to practice with her and try out for cheerleading. Liz Norris asks Stacy to join a band that she and her brother Michael are starting, but Stacy has reservations. Her first meeting with Michael Norris is stormy, yet she is drawn in by his outstanding musical ability and joins the band. Stacy always wants to please everyone, but fails to think about who she is and what she really wants. After making the cheerleading squad, Greg Lawson, captain of the football team, becomes interested in Stacy. He is easy-going and charming, just the opposite of Michael. They start dating, and Stacy is suddenly popular in and out of school....

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    The Devil and Danna Webster

      Jacqueline Seewald

The Devil and Danna Webster

Danna Webster, a shy fifteen-year-old high school student with a talent for art, is studying in the school library with her friend Joyce when a dark, handsome boy starts flirting with her. Rich bad boy, Kevin Moore, continues to pursue her. But Danna is pulled in another direction by Gar Hansen, football quarterback and honor student who has been assigned as Danna's math tutor. What is Kevin's connection to the eerie stranger who offers Danna everything she could ever want in life—in return for her soul?

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    The Drowning Pool

      Jacqueline Seewald

The Drowning Pool

From Publishers Weekly

In Seewald's tepid second novel of romantic suspense to feature psychic librarian Kim Reynolds (after The Inferno Collection), Kim and her police detective boyfriend, Lt. Mike Gardner, look into the murder of Rick Bradshaw, an unrepentant womanizer found floating in the swimming pool of the apartment complex where Kim lives in Webster Township, N.J. Suspects include Rick's fiancée, his current lover, an ex-lover and assorted cuckolded husbands. Gardner welcomes Kim's help on the case, but he's mainly interested in persuading her to marry him. The romantic scenes between the pair flow better than the slow progress of the murder investigation. Some readers may be disappointed that Kim, who's haunted by ghosts, doesn't use her psychic talents until late in the proceedings. (Feb.)
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From Booklist

Sexy. Crime solver. Psychic. Librarian. Kim Reynolds is all of the above. She and police detective Mike Gardner (The Inferno Collection, 2007) are together again . . . sort of. Mike wants to step things up and marry Kim, but she’s not so sure that’s what she wants, even though they love each other. Mike’s life is further complicated when he’s assigned a new partner, “Bert” St. Croix, a tough cop straight off the mean streets of New York City. Bert, the “Jackie Robinson” of the Webster Township police department, has to prove herself both as a woman and as an African American. Mike is expected to rein in his zealous, martial-arts-trained partner before she gets in trouble with the brass, even while they’re solving two mysterious murders. Seewald’s fans will be happy to see the return of Kim and Mike. Who says academic reference librarians lead boring lives? --Shelley Mosley

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    The Inheritance

      Jacqueline Seewald

The Inheritance

Jennifer Stoddard is a 35-year-old widow who has just found out she is the sole heir of her grandmother's estate, located in the mid-west town she grew up in. But there is a catch; she must live in the house for two years before she can claim the estate and someone doesn't want her there. The threats begin soon after her return. A rifle shot whizzes through her car window, her brakes are tampered with, and her tires are slashed. Police Chief, Grant Coleman, is called upon to investigate. Unfortunately, the history between Jen and Grant from high school causes them to mistrust each other. However, Grant is a professional and intends to do his job. Together they explore who might want to drive Jen out of the house, while trying to understand their feelings of anger, mistrust and desire for each other. With Jen's life on the line, will they be able to put the past behind them to work together and save her and her son's lives?
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