Download Dead File (Maxi Poole, Book 2) by Kelly Lange PDF

By Kelly Lange

ISBN-10: 1599957981

ISBN-13: 9781599957982

Unique booklet: 2003

Channel six tv reporter Maxi Poole is on project to hide the homicide of Gillian Rose, co-owner of 1 of the biggest nutrition and herb outlets on the planet. Arriving on the crime sight, Maxi experiences Gillian's physique, attempting to make feel of the scene in entrance of her. Days later, a person breaks into the house of Carter Rose, Gillian's husband, in a failed try to homicide him. A shaken Carter asks Maxi for assist in discovering Gillian's killer. Maxi can't support being intrigued by way of the magnetic Carter Rose. His earnestness, dazzling shyness, playful wit, and boyish attractiveness all upload as much as one lethal beautiful package deal. As Maxi will get sucked into Carter's international, she has to confront his indiscriminate philandering and shadowy buddies. yet Maxi isn't in any respect ready for what she unearths whilst she will get right into a locked dossier within the channel six newsroom--the notorious "dead file."

* The Reporter, Kelly Lange's newest novel, used to be released in Mysterious Press hardcover in 3/02 and is a Featured trade of The secret Guild(R). it is going to be released in Warner paperback in 4/03.
* Lange can also be the writer of Gossip (1998) and Trophy spouse (1996), released via Simon & Schuster. a widely known tv anchor-reporter in l. a., Lange is the recipient of diverse honors.
* Lange's protagonist is enticing and outrageous, and fanatics of Janet Evanovich, Sue Grafton, and Lauren Henderson will welcome one other contender to the secret cabinets.

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I am being rejected by nothing. By the arrogance of nothing. I switch on the radio, the tv, the cassette player, the hi-fi— all the gad­ gets Bob has plugged in everywhere. ” There’s even a radio in the john and a telephone right by the toilet. No way of escaping the barrage of Santavarvaran. So I dive into it, immerse myself in it, get drunk on it. I thought I knew the language well but find I can’t under­ stand a word. Every time I come here it’s the same: it takes me at least ♦ 19 ♦ Julia Kristeva a week to be able to make out a few intelligible syllables from amid the meaningless din, a few words I seem to remember learning but that now elude me.

But even “ indif­ ference” doesn’t entirely convey the formality tinged with anxiety that prevailed at such gatherings. The house was a mixture of Victorian and Santavarvaran. Gloria’s grandparents had built it in memory of the old England they should never have left yet where no truly rigorous-minded person, no one brought up in the puritan tradition that exists only to separate indi­ viduals from themselves, could really survive. But at the end of the last century Santa Varvara, while not exactly a paradise for elephant hunters, did offer what might be regarded as virgin soil.

That was the situation when Stan, without warning, died, and Gloria was left a widow. A funny kind of widow, people said, and she did her best to live up to the description. She owed it to Stan, with his love o f gambling, his quest for amusement, his nonchalance. Wouldn’t he have been proud of a wife who enjoyed her bereave♦ 31 ♦ Julia Kristeva ment? It was her duty to be a merry widow. — she was obscenely arrogant. I couldn't quite under­ stand all this, but then I wasn't really interested in understanding it and lent only a vague ear to rumor.

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