Remix - Lexi Revellian Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Lexi Revellian / Kindle Edition / 273 Pages / Book is published 2010-08-09 by Hoxton ... more
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Pages: 278, Paperback, Hoxton Press
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by - written on 11/03/12, updated on 11/03/12 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Caz Tellis has inherited money and now owns a small house in Hoxton, London. On the ground floor is her workshop where she restores antique rocking horses and builds new ones. On the first and top floor is her flat with a roof terrace. When stepping out onto it one Sunday morning she finds a shabby stranger and a shaggy dog sleeping on her sofa. Shock! Horror! Not only because of the fact that someone climbed up the walls and intruded on her privacy but also because the man turns out to be the famous rock star Ric Kealey - who has been dead for three years. When I read this, my Kindle nearly dropped out of my hands. Had I not read the synopsis carefully and ... Read the complete review
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