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Allen & Unwin, 2006 - Detective and mystery stories - 420 pages
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ADVENTURE / THRILLER. Angel Robinson loves books, so it's all her dreams come true when she lands a job as assistant to Lucy Fiamma, literary agent to the stars. Angel reveals a talent for choosing bestsellers, but success comes at a price - she is overworked, underpaid, hardly ever sees her gorgeous writer boyfriend and soon starts to wonder about the way histrionic Lucy does business. It's a case of truth being stranger than fiction. When a single chapter arrives anonymously by email, Angel encourages the author to keep writing. But soon it seems that the plot lines of Angel's own life are being borrowed for the manuscript, a revenge story featuring a monstrous boss and her brilliant hard-working assistant. Chapter by chapter, fiction starts to resemble reality - whatever that is! Who is controlling who? Why won't the author reveal their identity? And who is infiltrating Angel's heart? Not so much a whodunit as a who-wrote-it, you'll be kept guessing till the very last page.

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User Review  - fletcher1235 - LibraryThing

This was an interesting take on the Catholic faith and what it means to a variety of Catholics in America. All in the book relate their experiences growing up in the faith or converting to it and how ... Read full review

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User Review  - tututhefirst - LibraryThing

Ms Kennedy presents interviews of over 40 people who are or were Catholic, asking them about their upbringing, their current beliefs, their relationship with the Catholic Church (both past and current ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Debra Ginsberg is the author of the memoirs Waiting, Raising Blaze, and About My Sisters . This is her first novel.

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