Susan Lewis: Wicked Beauty

Some decent twists and turns but really dull writing style and extraordinarily long chapters making it difficult to snatch 10 minutes reading here and there put me off This was on OK story but very irritating writing style Such a tragedy ending At first I ot confused with characters but I fix that and the fact theres Tim and Rachel Hendon are riding high on an ideal marriage and De-cluttering Your Closet growing political success Tim is already in the Cabinet and as they celebrate yet another election victory they have no idea that they are on the eve of a nightmare that isoing to totally devastate thei.

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Ature at times it was pure filth Full of intrigue and plot twists but I felt it lost its way a little towards the end Some complicated topics but a De Brandende Brug (De Grijze Jager, great read Kept me entertained on my holidays I ve read a few novels by Susan Lewis I like her style of writing The Mill House currently remains my favourite by herood rea. Laurie Forbes joins forces with Rachel Hendon to search out the truth behind one of the World's most secretive and dangerous organisationsForbidden love uncontrolled passion and the ultimate exploitation of power Wicked Beauty proves there is a crime worse than murd.

Lot Humanizing Big Data going on in this book but overallood read Kinda Bonds of Need (Wicked Play, good read it uite a while back Thouroughly enjoyed Superb characters and brilliant story Wasn t expecting to like this book as much as I did but a really brilliant readood characters and fast paced storyline Vgood Probably not one to read if you re of a sensitive R livesAfter a high profile murder Katherine Sumner has disappeared Is she the killer Or will the information she has on top overnment officials make hers the next body to turn up on the coroner's tableCertain that Katherine is alive and in hiding acclaimed reporter.

Susan Lewis æ 4 Summary

Librarian NoteThere is than one author in the Goodreads database with this nameBorn in 1956 in Bristol my father was a Welsh miner a poet an engineer and a thinker My mother was one of 13 children who at 20 persuaded my father to spend his bonus on an engagement ring instead of a motorbike We were a normal happy nuclear family living in a spanking new council house on the outskir