Tina Wainscott

In Too Deep


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Psychological suspense w/romance

Society writer Winslow Talbot feels she is living a lie: She is beautiful, but her face has been reconstructed to perfection after an automobile crash. She is rich, but the wealth belongs to her doting stepfather who’s funded a life she finds increasingly meaningless. When she learns of a hit-and-run accident that leaves a young Cuban girl disfigured, Winslow is determined to get the justice for a shattered family that she never got. Her investigation leads to Alex Diaz, editor of a Miami newspaper. But Alex warns her against snooping in Florida’s exile community, where politics can explode with deadly consequences.

Winslow is swept away by Alex’s passion and dedication to a dangerous cause. But neither her growing feelings for him, nor his warnings, will deter her, especially after meeting the injured girl. Winslow’s hunger for answers pits her against her family, her boss, and the Miami police, while a killer dogs her every move…



Praise & Reviews

Loaded with tension and hard-edged suspense, this novel truly delivers. Wainscott is a gift to the suspense genre. — Jill Smith, RT Book Reviews

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