Iris Johansen's first published novel was 1983's "Stormy Vows," followed by "Tempest at Sea," "The Reluctant Lark," "The Bronzed Hawk" and "The Lady and the Unicorn." As of June 2015, Iris Johansen has published over 80 ... More »

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The Eve Duncan series begins with the 1998 novel “The Face of Deception," followed by "The Killing Game,” “The Search,” “Body of Lies” and “Dead Aim." In all, there are 19 books in the Eve Duncan series written by Iris J... More »

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Iris Johansen's Eve Duncan series is about a woman who survived the kidnapping and murder of her 7-year-old daughter, Bonnie. Years later, Eve, a world-famous forensic sculptor, finds solace in helping other parents of l... More »

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Some of Iris Johansen's books include "The Lady and the Unicorn," "The Golden Barbarian" and "The Face of Deception." Her most recent book as of December 2015 is "Shadow Play." More »

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Iris Johansen's latest book is "The Perfect Witness," released in September 2014. It is a thriller about a woman with a photographic memory who has to enter witness protection to keep herself safe. After years of living ... More »

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Iris Johansen's Eve Duncan series is about a woman who survived the kidnapping and murder of her 7-year-old daughter, Bonnie. Years later, Eve, a world-famous forensic sculptor, finds solace in helping other parents of l... More »

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Karen Robard's first four books were released in the following order: "Island Flame" in 1981, "Sea Fire" in 1982, "Forbidden Love" in 1983 and "Amanda Rose" in 1984. "Dark Torment" was published in 1985 and "Wild Orchids... More »

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