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Publisher's Summary

She is hunting for the truth, but who is hunting her?
Freelance journalist and single mother Hannah Weybridge is commissioned by a national newspaper to write an investigative article on the notorious red light district in Kings Cross. There she meets prostitute Princess and a police inspector in the vice squad, Tom Jordan.
When Princess later arrives on her doorstep beaten up so badly she is barely recognisable, Hannah has to make some tough decisions and is drawn ever deeper into the world of deceit and violence. Three sex workers are murdered, their deaths covered up in a media blackout, and Hannah herself is under threat. As she comes to realise that the taste for vice reaches into the higher echelons of the great and the good, Hannah realises she must do everything in her power to expose the truth...and stay alive.
©2016 Anne Coates (P)2017 Audible, Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By Carol S. on 08-05-18

Great story<br />

Really good story with good characters. Enjoyed this book from the start and found it hard to stop listening when it was time to make tea,.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Melanie Preston Lewis on 06-15-18

Good introduction

As the first book in a series this was a good introduction. I enjoyed meeting Hannah Weybridge, although she does feel faint an awful lot. The story around Caroline/Princess was hard to listen to in some places. The life she found herself living was too believable; I could imagine any young girl finding herself in the same situation and that's not a great reflection on 21st century society and our social care. I was slightly frustrated by the ending, but not enough to hamper my enjoyment of the book as a whole.

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