Air Time: A Charlotte McNally Novel

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Macmillan, Jun 14, 2016 - Fiction - 288 pages
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"Star television reporter Charlotte McNally is stunned when, while struggling to recover her lost luggage at the airport, she discovers high-flying fraud in the glamorous world of high fashion. As she peels back the dark layers of the big-money scheme, Charlotte decides the bad guys aren't the only ones who can pull off an undercover identity. Wired with hidden cameras and dressed to deceive, Charlie infiltrates the top secret ateliers of haute couture, then cons her way behind closed doors into the suburban hot spots funneling millions to unscrupulous conspirators. With her news director pressuring her for the story--and her handsome new boyfriend pressuring her for attention--Charlotte is hot on the trail of deception, forgery, and murder. Someone Charlie loves and trusts may be hiding a secret past. As the danger intensifies, Charlie must decide what is real and what is counterfeit: her very life depends on it."--Inside dust jacket.

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User Review  - nicole - LibraryThing

Never question the importance of a good lead. Air Time immediately draws the reader in by opening with, “It’s never a good thing when the flight attendant is crying.” The third in the Charlie McNally ... Read full review

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Back in the 1980s one could travel to parts of the Far East and buy copycat handbags, wallets, suitcases and more at phenomenal savings, albeit with a pretty hefty flight fee for the romp! But now ... Read full review

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HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN is the investigative reporter for Boston's NBC affiliate and has won thirty-three Emmys and thirteen Edward R. Murrow awards for her ground-breaking journalism. Author of the Jane Ryland series, Ryan has also won multiple awards for her bestselling crime fiction (The Other Woman, The Wrong Girl, Truth Be Told), including five Agatha Awards, the Anthony, Daphne, Macavity, and the Mary Higgins Clark Awards. Ryan is a founding teacher at Mystery Writers of America University and past president of national Sisters in Crime.

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