Perfect Angel

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Avon Books, 1997 - Fiction - 348 pages
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Tough, beautiful and independent, Julia Mallet feels her life is nearly perfect. She holds a high-profile executive position in an important advertising firm. She is raising a beautiful little daughter, Emily, without the inconvenience of a husband. And she has six old and dear friends who are closer to her than family. And now "The Madison Seven" have come together once again to celebrate her thirty-fifth birthday - to eat, to drink...and to bring back a past that should have been left dead and forgotten. Because a maniac has left a calling card behind that only Julia Mallet can read: the result of a post-hypnotic suggestion inadvertently lodged in six subconscious minds...the dark residue of a harmless party game gone terribly wrong. And now she knows without a question that one of her six dearest friends is a murderer...who will be coming after Julia next.

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User Review  - boudicca123 - LibraryThing

A grim prologue. A birthday party with a bit of hypnosis, quickly followed by suspicion, fear and murder. It was a bit of a slow starter but then the pace picked up nicely. Emily was a very irritating ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A high-concept, low-output Imperiled Mom scenario from the author of Losing Isaiah (1993), etc. Margolis starts with a nifty premise. Top advertising exec- -and aggressively single mom—Julia Mallet ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Seth Margolis live with his wife in New York City and has two grown children. He received a BA in English from the University of Rochester and an MBA in marketing from New York University s Stern School of Business Administration. When not writing fiction, he is a branding consultant for a wide range of companies, primarily in the financial services, technology and pharmaceutical industries. He has written articles for the "New York Times" and other publications on travel and entertainment.

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