Behind Closed Doors Releases Today

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS, my second book with St. Martin’s Press, is in stores now, and available at all online outlets! Please take a minute and check it out.


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Jannie Fox left behind her Mormon upbringing five years ago, but she is reluctantly dragged back into her old life when her childhood best friend, Melissa Holt, vanishes from her Salt Lake City home one morning. In order to find Melissa, Jannie must face the one man she fears most, her ex-fiancée Brian Williams. Break-ins, threats and murders soon convince Jannie that she, too, is in danger, and she places her trust in Detective Colt Singer to help solve Melissa’s disappearance. The two share an instant attraction and Colt helps break down Jannie’s emotional barriers to get to the truth about the events that took place five years ago–events that led Jannie to leave her fiance and the Church.

“Intense, suspenseful…page-turning.”—Allison Brennan, author of The Kill

“A riveting look at the very heart of contemporary Mormonism.”
—Cornelia Read, author of A Field of Darkness


About Natalie R. Collins

Natalie has more than 30 years writing, editing, proofreading and design experience. She has written 20 books (and counting), has worked for the Sundance Film Festival, and as an investigative journalist, editor, and proofreader. She embraces her gypsy-heart and is following her new free-thinking journey through life. Follow her as she starts over and learns a bunch of life's lessons--some the hard way.
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12 Responses to Behind Closed Doors Releases Today

  1. Theorris says:


    Any local signings scheduled yet?


  2. WendyP says:

    I ordered my copy yesterday from Amazon, along with:

    I’ll be reading your book first, which means you beat out Hef, Natalie! Feel proud.


  3. I am so interested in reading this book! I will definitely be getting a copy!



  4. T. W. says:

    Order #: 002-3671471-2252839
    Shipment Date: January 2, 2007
    Destination: Ogden, UT, United States
    Estimated Arrival: January 11, 2007

    Let us hope Amazon is its normal speedy self in getting the book here.

    And Wendy, I think you’ve inspired me to buy Bunny Tales.


  5. Theorris, No, that’s next on the agenda. I’ll be heading into my local B&N later today.

    Glad you’re reading me before Hef! (Bet that doesn’t happen often.)

    Karla, thanks for the support.

    T.W., I hope you like the book. Looking forward to hearing your feedback.


  6. Kathie says:

    I picked it up today at my local Barnes & Noble. I love the Prologue, and can’t wait to read more.


  7. Thanks, Kathie! I hope you like the book.


  8. Dru Ann says:

    I just finished reading “Behind Closed Doors”. I love it. This was indeed a page-turner.


  9. Dru Ann,

    Thank you! So glad you liked it!


  10. Melissa says:

    Yeah! I loved Wives and Sisters and can’t wait to get this one!


  11. brit says:

    If you want to talk about the Bardsley family know a little about them first. It’s cool to have an opion and everything but seriously you know nothing about that situation so don’t pretend like you do. And I don’t know if you like mormons or don’t but don’t go talking about that religion when you ALSO seem to know nothing about it. You should know a little about something before you go write a journal entry about it! Once you are in a situation like the Bardsley family and the Hawkins family then you can tell us what you thinks!


  12. SuYO says:

    So excited to read your new book. Wives and Sisters was a real thriller. Am having foot surgery. Behind Closed Doors should get me through the first day of PAIN!!!!!


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