Fifth Victim (Google eBook)

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Open Road Media, Jan 10, 2012 - Fiction - 288 pages
22 Reviews
New in paperback, the fierce and charismatic Charlie Fox must choose between her duty to her client and her desire to avenge her lover’s attacker With the life of her lover, Sean, still hanging in the balance, former Special Forces soldier turned bodyguard, Charlie Fox, throws herself into her only means of escape—her work. On Long Island, the playground of New York’s wealthy and privileged, she is tasked with protecting the wayward daughter of rich businesswoman, Caroline Willner. It seems that an alarming number of the girl’s circle of friends have been through kidnap ordeals, and Charlie quickly discovers that the girl herself, Dina, is fascinated by the clique formed by these former victims. Is that why she seems to be going out of her way to invite capture? But just as her worst fears are realized, Charlie receives devastating personal news. The man who put Sean in his coma is on the loose. She is faced with the choice between her loyalties to her client and avenging Sean, but the two goals are soon inextricably linked. The decisions Charlie makes now, and the path she chooses to follow, will have far-reaching consequences.
  

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Review: Fifth Victim (Charlie Fox #9)

User Review  - Judy - Goodreads

Predictable, two dimentional and badly in need of a good editor. Nothing "Thrilling" about a plot twist I figured out even before all the main characters had come into play. Read full review

Review: Fifth Victim (Charlie Fox #9)

User Review  - Catherine - Goodreads

Enjoyed this. Wish I had started at the first book though. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Zoë Sharp, the author of nine novels in the Charlie Fox series of thrillers, spent most of her formative years living on a catamaran on the northwest coast of England. She now lives in Cumbria with her husband.

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