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Fat Tuesday

Fat Tuesday

Number One New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown returns with another suspenseful thriller

Burke Basile is a cop with nothing left to lose. Haunted by his partner’s death, his marriage and his career over, he focuses on his nemesis, Pinkie Duvall, a flamboyant attorney who helps killers evade justice. Burke looks for revenge and sees his opportunity lies with Remy, the lawyer’s trophy wife. But Burke hasn’t planned on the electric attraction he’ll feel for the desperate woman, who rose from the slums of New Orleans to marry a man she can never love. Nor can he predict the fierce duel that will explode as the clock ticks toward midnight on Fat Tuesday, when all masks will be stripped away and Burke must confront his own terrifying secret.

Praise for Sandra Brown

‘Suspense that has teeth’
Stephen King

‘Lust, jealousy, and murder suffuse Brown’s crisp thriller’
Publishers Weekly

‘An edge-of-the-seat thriller that’s full of twists . . . Top stuff!’
Star
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 10th November 2011

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781848948662

Reviews

Praise for Sandra Brown
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A masterful storyteller, carefully crafting tales that keep readers on the edge of their seats
<i>USA Today</i>
Millions of readers clamour for the compelling novels of Sandra Brown. And no wonder! She fires your imagination with irresistible characters, unexpected plot twists, scandalous secrets . . . so electric you feel the zing
<i>Literary Guild</i>
'Brown's novels define the term page turner'
<i>Booklist</i>
'An edge-of-seat thriller that's full of twists . . . Top stuff!'
<i>Star</i>
Fast fun
<i>Cosmopolitan</I>
'It's a great, entertaining read, with lots of surprising twists and turns, credibly flawed characters and a love affair that's as steamy as a Savannah summer.'
Lisa Scottoline, <i>Washington Post</i> on RICOCHET
'Brown's novels define the term page turner'
<i>Booklist</i>
'Perfectly plotted'
<i>People Magazine</i>