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Last Dance Last Dance

by J.T. Lewis

Genre: Mystery

Published: 2012

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Can a love last a lifetime...and beyond?Jacquie Talento's 5-Star Review If J.T. Lewis can write such cute short stories, I can only image what J.T.Lewis has in store for me with a long one. This was a really sweet story about a man that was getting his last dance with the love of his life that he had lost a long time ago.Catch JT Lewis' latest full-length novel, Gabriel's Revenge!Can a love last a lifetime...and beyond?Jacquie Talento's 5-Star Review If J.T. Lewis can write such cute short stories, I can only image what J.T.Lewis has in store for me with a long one. This was a really sweet story about a man that was getting his last dance with the love of his life that he had lost a long time ago.Catch JT Lewis' latest full-length novel, Gabriel's Revenge!Mystery abounds in the books of Amazon Best Selling Author J.T. Lewis.Living in Southeast Indiana with his wife and daughter, J.T. has always loved a mystery. Striving to bring readers a story packed full of action, adventure, and suspense has led to his current selection of titles.His first full length novel, Murder! Too Close To Home, has been voted #1 on Goodreads Best Debut Mystery Series list. The second in the series, Gabriel's Revenge, was released with much anticipation in July 2012. Both of these titles belong to the Adventures of Gabriel Celtic series.Also look for JT Lewis' Pepper and Longstreet YA mystery series. Having been compared to the old Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew mysteries, Pepper and Longstreet at first seem an unlikely duo.Having discovered Jacob Longstreet standing in her kitchen one day, the ghost of a Civil War solder soon becomes Pepper's friend, as well as her partner in solving mysteries. Together, they find themselves in the most unlikely of situations as mysteries unfold around them.An electrician by trade, at night JT Lewis morphs into a fictional detective with a keyboard, a transition that suits his need for creating exciting stories very much.

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