Dead Letter Overview

Jane Waterhouse
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G. P. Putnam's Sons published Jane Waterhouse's novel, Dead Letter, in 1998.

Waterhouse develops the mysterious happenings of Garner Quinn's life in this third book of the Garner Quinn mystery series.

Garner Quinn, famous celebrity true-crime writer, publishes books about injustices in the hopes of bringing justice.

Quinn receives daily threatening letters from an obsessed fan who has read all of her books, discovered where she lives, taped all of her TV appearances, and has followed her every move. The memorable characters learn to deal with the terror of this stalker while learning whom they can trust.

Waterhouse's eloquent and entertaining style leaves readers wanting to finish the book in one sitting.

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