Tilly Bagshaw went to Cambridge at the age of eighteen with her ten-month-old daughter in tow. At 26, she was the youngest ever partner in one of the world's most prestigious headhunting firms. She now writes for THE TIMES, THE DAILY MAIL and THE EVENING
"After nearly 30 years, Tracy Whitney hasn't aged a day."
Bagshawe switches out the infamous jewel thief from the late Sheldon's If Tomorrow Comes (1985) with a brilliant replica.Read full book review >
"Suitable for readers with middling hopes and low expectations but much inferior to other genre peers, Patterson included."
"Bagshawe does the franchise proud with a silly but amusing read."
A mysterious beauty and an unsolved crime are catnip a tough international detective can't resist.
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"Should be one of the summer's biggest beach books."