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Winner Kills All

By: RJ Bailey
Narrated by: Imogen Church
Series: Sam Wylde, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 1 min
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Winner Kills All is the newest novel in the thrilling Sam Wylde series from RJ Bailey.

Sam Wylde has fought off Albanian gangsters and vindictive old friends to make it to Bali, hot on the heels of her ex-husband, Matt, and Jess, their daughter, whom he took without Sam’s permission. But a nasty surprise awaits her in paradise: Bojan. A Serbian thug she thought was dead, back to make her life a misery.

Bojan likes to play games, and he has a cracker: a race to find Jess, who is somewhere in Southeast Asia. The rules are simple: if Sam gets to her first, she gets to keep Jess. If Bojan makes it...well, Winner Kills All.

Winner Kills All is a breathless race against time for Sam Wylde to save the one person that really matters to her. And as the collateral damage mounts, at every twist and turn in the hunt she has a question in her head: what will she do to save Jess? And the answer always is the same: whatever it takes.

©2019 RJ Bailey (P)2019 Simon & Schuster Audio UK

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"Sam Wylde in a hero for our times." (Tony Parsons, author of The Murder Bag)

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  • Ann D
  • 02-01-19

I love this series!

This is a great book, just like the first two in the series. The characters are beautifully drawn. They have real depth. It is a capable, competent female dominated book. However, the male characters are substantial too. If you like strong female characters, just buy it. I must now wait another year for book four. It’s worth noting that some threads are not tied-up at the end of this one. We’re told they are to be picked-up in book four. Enjoy!

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