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“Triple Exposure ”


written by Harriet Klausner on 05/07/2008

Triple Exposure
Colleen Thompson
Leisure, Aug 2008, $7.99
ISBN: 9780843961430

In Philadelphia, the nineteen years old started to stalk photographer-teacher Rachel Copeland until she finally shot him in self defense. Although exonerated as not guilty by the law, the scandal of a teacher with a student destroyed her reputation as she is hung as a femme fatale by the public especially condemning her are the altered pictures on the Internet that showed them together in lewd poses. Finally the female that calls at any hour threatening to harm her puts Rachel over the top. Having had enough of the lies and threats, Rachel heads two thousand miles to the southwest to go home to remote Marfa, Texas where mysterious lights in the sky are part of the local scene.

Rachel helps her dad with his sailplane business while still taking pictures as she always has. However, when she takes a photo of reclusive furniture maker Zeke Pike, the subsequent publicity disturbs him as he has a history with unfair public condemnation too. As Zeke and Rachel go from fulfilled lust to unfulfilled love, she feels de ja vu as the stalking with suspicious accidents and calls begins again.

Triple Exposure is a terrific twisting Texas romantic suspense in which each time the reader settles into a comfort zone; Colleen Thompson pulls the rug with a clever plausible spin. Fans will empathize with the lead couple; as each has faced and continues to confront public condemnation even though they insist they are the victims. Ms. Thompson provides a strong thriller starring two people struggling rightfully so with trust issues while their respective worlds collapse on them and their loved ones for the second time.

Harriet Klausner

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