Alex Cooper awakens one morning to news of her own brutal murder. Soon, Manhattan's top sex-crimes prosecutor discovers that the actual victim is film star Isabella Lascar, who had sought refuge at Alex's private retreat. Now it is up to Alex to find the killer before another victim surfaces.
©1997 Linda Fairstein (P)2011 Simon & Schuster
I really enjoyed listening to this book. The narrator is a bit irritating at first but after a while you don't even notice it. Good book, I figured out who did it early on, but I don't think it was the writing at all. It was pretty good book
Love listening to stories.
The author made me feel as if I were apart of the story. Down to earth story telling. Thank you. Looking forward to the next book.
Could not stand Barbara Rosenblat's voice. She makes the character sound like an arrogant bitch. Alex Cooper is not believable. Too gifted and know it all. The charmed life is not necessary and detracts from the story.
No, just this author. I had collected all her books but am now selling them as I have no desire to read more.
Get a different reader.
Alex Cooper. I really like Mike. He is real.
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