Best-selling author Martina Cole's explosive first novel of corruption and violence. No one thinks a seventeen-year-old girl can take on the hard men of London's gangland, but it's a mistake to underestimate Maura Ryan: she's tough, clever and beautiful - which makes her one very dangerous lady. Together, she and her brother Michael are unbeatable but notoriety has its price. The police are determined to put Maura away once and for all - and not everyone in the family thinks that's such a bad idea.
When it comes to the crunch, Maura has to face the pain of lost love in her past - and the dangerous lady discovers her heart is not made entirely of stone.
©1992 Martina Cole (P)2012 Headline Digital
Loved it, could not put it down ones started, time changes was a bit disorentainted to listen to and I wished I had the actual paper book to be able to go back to confirm charecters, specialy in the beginning.
"The perfect voice for a good story"
Yes - the story is great and the narrator is spot on.
Michael. Because he's a strong male lead, which I enjoy the most.
She narrates it brilliantly, but I can't say that she brought anything more than my own imagination would have created.
There are always certain sayings, retorts and opinions that Martina Cole adds in her stories that make me chuckle.
"True to form"
I've read a lot of Martina Cole's books and this one was another hit. The narration adds to the story, Annie Aldington does an excellent job of capturing the essence of the characters. I would recommend this book
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