Competitive dance can be a killer when the diva of the dance floor literally drops dead at the end of her performance. Heather Graham's new romantic suspense novel, Dead on the Dance Floor is a fast-paced read as complex and spellbinding as the choreographed patterns practiced over and over by competitive dancers. For Quinn O'Casey, who is dragged into the investigation of the untimely crime by his brother Doug, and for Lara Trudeau, the dancer turned teacher who is confronted with the performance of her life, the gnawing questions of why and who are as tormenting as the unexpected attraction that flares between the pair. Graham's sure-handed melding of suspense and passion as sultry as the South Beach environs of her tale makes for a championship read.

Sandy Huseby writes and reviews from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota, and northern Minnesota.

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