Sex, a Mystery

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Berkley Prime Crime, 2005 - Fiction - 229 pages
7 Reviews
But in the therapy biz, she's what's called a "sex surrogate." It's a job Lydia fell into after her recent position as Senior Vice President of a major conglomerate came to a resounding finale when she blew the whistle on some seriously unethical business practices.

At least Lydia is able to meet the rent on her Fifth Avenue duplex, keep her closet full of designer clothes, and support the homeless ministry of her roommate. Until one of her favorite clients is stabbed in the back with an ice pick in her very own bed.

Now, Lydia finds herself the prime suspect, and-to clear her name-she must step into what is probably the world's second oldest profession: detective.

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User Review  - AJ - Goodreads

This book was ok. I had a hard time liking the main character so I think that made it harder for me to continue reading the book at a good pace. I would start it and then put it down for a while ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jeanie - Goodreads

Humorous to a degree. Not sexy. Read full review


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About the author (2005)

Fiona Quirina is the author of four mysteries and three medical thrillers written under her real name. Fiona's own life has some remarkable similarities to that of the fictional character, Lydia Quess.

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