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She was every man's dream - and one man's nightmare.

Johnny Hayden and Doug Rance had a scheme to take real estate entrepreneur Wallace Gunderman for all he was worth. But they needed a girl on the inside to make it work. Enter Evelyn Stone: Gunderman's secretary, his lover - and his worst enemy. Gunderman had promised to marry her, but never came through. Now she's ready to make him pay...

©1965 Fawcett Publications, Inc.; (P)2009 BBC Audiobooks America

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Inside the grifters life

This is a beautifull grifter’s story that really makes you feel inside a grifters mind and life.
Alan Sklar is the perfect narrator for this genre and adds tremendous value to the book.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Predictable, or so I thought!

This is one of the Hard Case Series. A friend clued me into the fact that this was a series way back when I read [I:]"The Colorado Kid" [/I:]by Stephen King, which I really enjoyed. Each is a tale (longer than a short story, shorter than a novel (about 6 hrs in audiobook format)) written by a different author. I figured I'd give the rest of the series a try. At first I thought "The Girl..." was very transparent, but the author had more in mind. Although slow at times ove...more This is one of the Hard Case Series. A friend clued me into the fact that this was a series way back when I read [I:]"The Colorado Kid" [/I:]by Stephen King, which I really enjoyed. Each is a tale (longer than a short story, shorter than a novel (about 6 hrs in audiobook format)) written by a different author. I figured I'd give the rest of the series a try. At first I thought "The Girl..." was very transparent, but the author had more in mind. Although slow at times overall the bit of a twist on an old tried and true plot makes it worth the read

2 of 2 people found this review helpful