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   Current Danger, by Marilyn Wallace  
  Novel, first publication in 1998
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      It starts with a phone call luring her into the night--and before it ends five people will be grotesquely murdered, never knowing why they had to die.

    Claudia Miller is a strong and independent woman, a successful general contractor in the tough world of the Manhattan building trade. But now relatives of her colleagues are being killed, her own family is at risk, and even Claudia herself is being stalked--but by whom? Someone from her past with a link to them all, someone with a twisted need for revenge.

    In Current Danger, veteran writer Marilyn Wallace has created a heart-stopping novel of multiple murder and psychological suspense. Evil lurks on the menacing streets of New York, disguised as an ordinary man, but which man in Claudia's life could it be? The young ponytailed writer from California, who literally knocks her off her feet and insinuates himself so insistently into her life? The seductive Russian entrepreneur with the dangerous aura, who claims to want her business advice? One of the workers on her current job? The veteran cop she goes to for help? Or someone she's never even met?

    As time runs out and the stalker closes in, some of the answers become shockingly clear; but not until Claudia's final, face-to-face showdown with her enemy is the full force of his perverted need to see others suffer totally revealed.

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