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She's beautiful, street-smart, and hoping to leave her troubled past behind her ... Makedde Vanderwall has finished her studies and is ready to start practising as a forensic psychologist. She's also starting a new life in Australia with her detective boyfriend Andy Flynn ... Hoping to scrape together some extra cash, Mak begins doing part-time work for an infamous Sydney PI. With a knack for investigation and bending the law, Mak might just have stumbled across her true calling ... and the career choice that could finally bust up her relationship once and for all. Then she is hired to investigate the murder of highflying PA Meaghan Wallace. The police believe it's an open and shut case: a junkie street-kid is guilty. But Mak discovers that the case is a lot more complicated ... and if the boy didn't kill Meaghan, then who set him up? And how far will they go to keep their guilt a secret?

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  • Phrynne

    A good story, plenty of action and intrigue but there is something about this author's writing which doesn't quite gel with me. I think it is partly the long paragraphs telling us how wonderful Makke...

  • TheMadHatter

    Actual Rating: 2.5 Stars.This book was loaned to me by a neighbour who said that she could not put this book down. Knowing I am a big reader she gave it to me with a "you will love this" smile. When I...

  • Tricia

    I didn't enjoy this one as much as the last one. There is a reason why Mak is a psycho magnet - she keeps doing stupid things. There were some parts in this book where I thought "Really?? that sounds ...

  • c a t h e y

    It's good to see Moss' writing skills improve. This made a nice, interesting read: the characterization is a lot better and broader; multiple plot lines are being balanced; and although it isn't a mur...

  • Natalia

    I really like the new direction Tara Moss went with this book. The first three books showed how Mak transitioned from victim to learning how to defend herself, and they showed a lot of character devel...

  • Ash

    This is probably more 3.5 stars, but I'm bumping it up because bumping it down seems mean when I did properly enjoy the book. This series is a bit hit and miss. Some elements of it are fantastic - the...

  • Nerida

    Generally quite an enjoyable read. Another book that I have randomly picked up without reading any of the previous books in the series, but it didn't seem to be any issue, as the plot was stand alone ...

  • Tatterededges

    I think this was the worst book so far. Firstly, why does Mak keep reassuring everyone she not with the Feds? She does realise she's in Australia and the AFP neither refer to themselves as the Feds or...

  • Edna Harvey

    I read this book as part of our book club list of books. I did not think it the 'thriller' novel it was pointed out to be. I was not impressed with main character Mak, in fact the author bored me with...

  • Heather Browning

    I'm definitely becoming more invested in this series. The writing is better, the story more intense, and the character of Makedde has become a sort of kickass "sick of all your shit" woman that is ins...