Last Writes (Ghostwriter Mystery 3)

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Gutsy ghostwriter Roxy Parker is back, and this time it's personal. Someone is killing best-selling authors and the evidence points firmly at Roxy's agent, Oliver. But she’s not convinced. With the help of seductive reporter David Lone, Roxy tries to hunt down the killer before she becomes the hunted—little does she know, a ghostwriter is next on the hit list! Will this be Roxy's last writes? More

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About C.A. Larmer

Author of the popular Ghostwriter Mystery series, Christina (C.A.) Larmer is also a journalist, editor, partner and mum. She grew up in the tropics, forged her career in London, Los Angeles and New York, and now lives in Northern NSW, Australia. Christina is passionate about crime fiction and has written nine murder mysteries. When she’s not creating chaos with her keyboard she can be found immersed in a classic Agatha Christie or the latest Lisa Gardner. Her books include: The Agatha Christie Book Club, Murder on the Orient (SS), An Island Lost, the six Ghostwriter Mysteries (Killer Twist, A Plot to Die For, Last Writes, Dying Words, Words Can Kill and A Note Before Dying), and the non-fiction book A Measure of Papua New Guinea (Focus; 2008).

About the Series: Ghostwriter Mystery
As a ghostwriter Roxy Parker must dig deep into other people's lives. That's usually when they turn up dead! Follow the feisty amateur sleuth and her motley collection of mates.

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Review by: TheMissDahling on June 24, 2015 :
Always a good read with Roxy :)
(review of free book)
Review by: Cathy Thompson on Dec. 3, 2012 :
An enjoyable read, fast moving and engaging.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Elaine Rivers on Nov. 12, 2012 :
A great read! This is the third book I've read in the 'Roxy' series, and the best so far. Roxy has endearing, realistic qualities -- she's believable, not superhuman. The other characters in this book have also become more rounded; their personalities have become more distinct, unique, less stereotypical. Good storyline too; while you can make a good stab at 'whodunnit', there are enough red herrings to keep you guessing. Well written, keeps you coming back until you've finished it.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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