Hot young film star Amanda Delany, perfect fodder for the tabloids, had a string of affairs with famous actors, which she exposed in a tell-all memoir. When Amanda is found brutally murdered, the suspects are lining up - from jealous ex-flatmates, to famous lovers, to a corrupt agent. As DCI James Langton leads his team in an extensive inquiry, they discover the truth behind Amanda's successful facade.
©2009 Lynda La Plante (P)2010 BBC Audio
The story was good, though predictable. The narration was very well done. I wouldn't say it wasn't time well spent. I will say it was quite aggravating every time I heard the word "infer" - half a dozen times or so - when the author meant "implied". Does the word infer mean something else in Great Britain? Is it possible neither the author nor her editor - people whose profession is language - knew the meaning of the word?
No, the story came to its conclusion.
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