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HarperCollins, 2006 - Detective and mystery stories - 474 pages
She′s street-smart, stunning and hoping to leave her troubled past behind her - Mak is back in the new bestseller from the author of Covet Makedde ′Mak′ Vanderwall has her PhD and has started a new life in Australia with her detective boyfriend, Andy Flynn. To scrape together extra cash to start her first forensic psychology practice, Mak begins working part-time for an infamous Sydney PI. With a knack for investigation and bending the law, she might just have stumbled across her true calling - and the career choice that could finally bust up her relationship once and for all. Then Mak is hired by a mysterious client to investigate the murder of A-list PA Meaghan Wallace. The police believe it′s an open and shut case: a junkie street-kid is guilty. But the case turns out to be a lot more complicated as Mak uncovers a dangerous web of cover-ups, killers for hire, the powerful and debauched rich, and Australia′s sleazy underbelly. If the boy didn′t kill Meaghan, then who set him up? And how far will they go to keep their guilt a secret?

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User Review  - DCarlin - LibraryThing

Another typical Tara Moss 'whodunit' book. I enjoy Tara/Makadde novels, others I know, do not. I will be watching for another episode in Makadde's life. It was certainly not the worst book I have borrowed, and will happily return for more of Makadde. Read full review

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User Review  - Balthazar-Lawson - LibraryThing

I enjoyed this Makedde Vanderwall story as the character had developed greatly since her first appearance in Fetish. She is more rounded and more in charge of her life, less of the victim ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Tara Moss is an author who wrote The Fictional Woman which won The Best Designed Nonfiction Book Award at the Australian Book Design Awards 2015.

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