Books by Catherine Mulvany

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Wicked Is the Night

I'll have to admit I didn't ask to review this book since I wasn't in the mood for romantic suspense with a paranormal twist. Add to that a former racecar driver as hero, and it really didn't seem to match my interests. Fortunately, my editor encouraged me to review it. And guess what? I loved this ...

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Something Wicked

It’s not news that there are a lot of paranormals out there. Sadly, it is sort of news for me, though, when I come across one lately that I actually like. Regan Cluny is an investigative reporter hot on the trail of a reclusive millionaire financing an archeological dig about which rumors are s ...

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Shadows All Around Her

Though I can't get quite as excited about this one as I did last year's Run No More, I'm happy to report that in Shadows All Around Her, Catherine Mulvany once again delivers a well written, intricately plotted, and intelligent tale of romantic suspense. As a birthday present from ...

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Run No More

When I first began to review for AAR, the Loveswept line of series romances was about to be discontinued. One author who was published by them toward the end was Catherine Mulvany and one of my first reviews was of her charming debut Upon A Midnight Clear. She published Man Shy and Aquamarine with L ...

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Aquamarine

Catherine Mulveny's first book, Upon a Midnight Clear was one of my favorites of 1997. Her second book, Man Shy did not make much of an impression on me. Her third, Aquamarine, while not as good as her first, was an enjoyable book with a touch of the paranormal. If only it had been longer, I think i ...

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Aquamarine

Aquamarine is the story of a woman named Kirsten who helps her fiancé find her killer through the power of a crystal seven years after her disappearance. Strange, you might say? Wait – there's more. Shea McKenzie, a woman fitting Kirsten's description, shows up in Liberty, Idaho seven years later ...

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Upon a Midnight Clear

Since the Loveswept line seems doomed, I hope another publisher snaps up Catherine Mulvany fast. She is too good to disappear. I love reading a writer's first book and knowing that I've found someone whose new books I will look for. Upon a Midnight Clear is Catherine Mulvany's debut and if she keeps ...