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Deja Vu (Zane Presents)
by Suzetta Perkins



    Publication Date: Aug 18, 2009
    List Price: $15.00 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 384
    ISBN13: 9781593092597
    Imprint: Strebor Books
    Publisher: Simon & Schuster, Inc.
    Parent Company: CBS Corporation

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    As the former mistress of a notorious crime boss, Angelica Barnes struggles to lead a normal life—but it seems that every avenue she takes is filled with pain, mayhem, and danger.

    Angelica Barnes has been released from prison in Raleigh, North Carolina, having served a five-year sentence for being complicit in the illegal activities of her ex-boyfriend, Robert Santiago. She’s a convicted felon, and integrating back into society hasn’t been easy—that is, until she accepts an offer she can’t refuse and moves to New York City. But her hopeful dreams of a better life are shattered when she winds up having to fall back on her past life—pole dancing—to make ends meet. Unbeknownst to Angelica, Santiago is waiting in the shadows, choosing the right moment to reel her back into his grasp. Unable to defend herself, Angelica becomes a prisoner in his posh house in the Hamptons. However, the murders of Angelica’s ex-husband and his cousin have Santiago’s name written all over them, and she realizes she might be his next victim. With the help of a friend, Angelica executes a daring escape to be free of him forever. But will she ever really be free?

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