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Danger Zones: Lovers and Liars Trilogy Book II

Sally Beauman

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

The gripping second volume of Sally Beauman's bestselling Lovers and Liars trilogy.

In France, a young man's heart misses a beat when the blue lights of a police car signal for him to pull his Mercedes off the autoroute. For inside the attache case on the passenger seat is a very special delivery bound for the Parisian headquarters of the world-renowned fashion house, Cazares, and for fashion doyenne Maria Cazares herself. And a similar, potentially lethal delivery, is about to disrupt the quiet of the English countryside.

In London, journalist Gini Hunter, newly returned from the war zones of Bosnia, is haunted by what she has seen. Knowing that her lover, Pascal Lamartine, remains there, she exists on the brink of breakdown, supported by her close friend, fashion editor Lindsay Drummond. Until the disappearance of a schoolgirl and the intervention of a new editor at her paper, Rowland McGuire, force her to do what she does best...follow a story.

The hunt for fifteen-year-old Mina Landis takes Gini from a Gloucestershire country house to Amsterdam, and then to Paris at the height of the fashion collections. There, she will encounter new and very different dangers, for she must deal with two men - one a potential killer, the other a potential lover.

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Praise for Danger Zones: Lovers and Liars Trilogy Book II

  • Thank God for Sally Beauman . . . I defy you not to be hooked - Sunday Times

  • Clever, professional, with a disturbing violent streak, Beauman neatly mixes the noir with caring values - Mail on Sunday - Elizabeth Buchan

  • Utterly compelling. Don't miss it! - Company

  • The book is stuffed with complex characters, interesting settings, sexual passion and extremes of emotion - Sunday Telegraph

  • Beauman moves with empathy into the heads of her characters, she sustains and orchestrates suspense - Daily Telegraph

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Sally Beauman

Sally Beauman read English at Girton College, Cambridge. She worked as a journalist in America and Britain before beginning to write fiction. She is the author of six previous novels, including the acclaimed Rebecca's Tale.

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