The Spellman Files - Lisa Lutz Reviews
Description:ISBN 0743295153 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lisa Lutz / Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 2007-04-02 by Simon & Schuster Ltd
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by - written on 30/08/08 (Very useful, 165 readings)
For Izzy Spellman life doesn't seem to be working out the way she would like. She's 28 years old and works for her family's business, the Spellman detective agency, which has prevented her from finding herself a boyfriend. After a string of unsuccessful relationships she decides to keep the identity of her latest boyfriend secret or so she thought till she discovers that her family have assigned her 14 year old sister to find out his identity. Now Izzy wants out and her parents agree, as long as she solves one last case.... This is another of the books I've picked up whilst randomly walking through an airport WH Smith's. It was part of the book of the week ... Read the complete review
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