"I TOLD YOU NOT TO COME..."
Slipped under the door of her Georgetown home, the note was an ominous reminder of Pat Traymore's past. The beautiful young television journalist had come to glamorous, high-powered Washington to produce a TV series. Her subject: Senator Abigail Jennings, slated for nomination as the first woman vice president of the United States.
With the help of an old flame, Congresman Sam Kingsley, Pat delves into Abigail's life, only to turn up horrifying facts that threaten...read more
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful: Fair to middlin', June 19, 2003 Reviewer: mommamary from Front Royal, VA USA I was surprised to find the "occult" as well as "accepted adultery" in this Clark novel. It was not as captivating as most of her novels. It did have a surprising ending.