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Good Girl Bad Girl by Ann Girdharry (20)

  • Kindle: 1433 KB
  • Print: 338 pages
  • Publisher: Chassagnard Publishing; 2 edition (July 23, 2016)
  • ASIN: B01IZD3PD2


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Kal's no fool, though sometimes she might pretend to be, because hiding her strengths is a great way to extract information.



An expert in psychology, she first learnt her craft from her deceased father. He was a man with disturbing secrets.
When her journalist mother goes missing, Kal investigates.
What she uncovers involves murder, trafficking and Kal’s own worst nightmare…
Crime, suspense, thriller. A new, kick-ass heroine. Good Girl Bad Girl is the first in the Kal Medi series.

Ann Girdharry is a crime/suspense/thriller author. Her debut thriller, GOOD GIRL BAD GIRL (Kal Medi #1), is an ERIC HOFFER BOOK AWARD FINALIST 2017. It's also a Readers Favorite Five Star Book.
Kal Medi #2 is due to be published soon - watch for it! 

She has also written some short stories, and is a trained psychotherapist. She worked for many years in the UK as a manager in the not-for-profit sector. Today, she lives in Montpellier, France with her husband and two children. She has also lived in the USA and Norway and enjoys travelling, gardening and rollerblading. 

You can connect with Ann Girdharry via her website, or on Facebook.

REVIEW:
What a ride!
I feel like the book took me places, literally and figuratively. We ventured from London to India and back and forth again and again, but also the two story lines that not only went together, but complimented each other, took the reader on a thrilling journey of lies, murder and mystery.
I feel like I need to read London Noir, the next book in the series. I just have a feeling it will be fast-paced and gripping much like this one.
A great read! Too bad it took me so long to read it!

3.5/5


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