A Gang Infiltrator Falls for a Girl He Cannot Pursue in Dèjá Vu and Fritters Too

Gang infiltrator David feels an immediate bond with Jennifer. Their lives become intertwined ... but their feelings could prove deadly. Crime, secrets and love unexpressed meet in Dèjá Vu and Fritters Too.

Modesto, CA, November 16, 2012 --(PR.com)-- David Moreno and Jennifer Corey are two young people from opposite backgrounds who are thrown together by frightening circumstances. But David cannot pursue his heart – doing so could put Jenny in further danger. Author Janet Sharp weaves a tale of crime, courage and unrequited longing in the crime fiction, Dèjá Vu and Fritters Too, published by Outskirts Press.

David, an undercover cop embedded in a powerful local gang, meets Jenny by chance when he rescues her from a dangerous run-in with local punks. During their brief encounter, David and Jenny initiate a bond that begins to dominate both of their lives. He is unable to reveal his undercover status to Jenny or his friend Suzy, but remains alert to keep a protective eye over both of them.

David’s and Jenny’s lives keep touching, if only for fleeting moments. David knows he has fallen in love with her but, for her protection, he cannot let her know his feelings. He's making rapid advancement in his acceptance into gangster Paco’s inner circle, and the information he gathers is vital to the success of his law-enforcement mission. There's too much at risk for him – and for Jenny and Suzy – to fall in love now.

Dèjá Vu and Fritters Too can be ordered from the Outskirts Press Direct bookstore at www.OutskirtsPress.com/bookstore. The paperback is available worldwide on book retailer websites such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble and is being aggressively promoted with a focus on the fiction and crime fiction categories.

ISBN: 978-1-4327-9706-5 Format: 6 x 9 paperback Retail $16.95
Ebook: $5.00 Nook: $12.99 Kindle: $12.99
Genre: Fiction/Crime Fiction

For more information about Dèjá Vu and Fritters Too, write author Janet B. Sharp at 3321 Fairbrook Ave., Modesto, CA 95355-1564; or contact Sharp at 209-529-9440, fax 209-529-1511 or email: wesjr2@aol.com. Get more information about Sharp and her book at the Outskirts Press bookstore at www.outskirtspress.com/dejavuandfritterstoo.

About the Author: Janet Sharp grew up in Berkeley, Calif., and earned a BA at Fresno State and an MA at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. She and her husband, Bill, taught school and raised four children in California’s Central Valley, and make their home in Modesto. Janet and Bill previously published Generations: A History of the Sharp and Bliss Families from 1776 to 2006. Dèjá Vu and Fritters Too is Janet Sharp's first fiction.

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