A glamorous thriller of secrets and suspense
By Una-Mary Parker
Looking for clues about her fashion designer mother's disappearance, Joanna discovers a terrifying secret that is set to change everything in Sweet Vengeance by bestselling author Una-Mary Parker
There are secrets lurking beneath the designer labels and dazzling dresses...
Fashionista Arabella Webster has mysteriously disappeared and her daughter is desperate to find her. Digging deep for clues, Joanna gets more than she bargained for, learning some terrifying truths about her modish mother. Sweet Vengeance is the perfect read for fans of Penny Vincenzi and Jackie Collins.
When designer Arabella Webster disappears the day before her first showing at London Fashion Week, her daughter Joanna can't help but fear the worst. The latest collection from Arabella Designs is the culmination of years of hard work and the financial future of the company depends on it being a success - there's no way Arabella would do anything to jeopardise it. So where is she?
But as Joanna attempts to discover what lies behind her mother's mysterious disappearance it seems this is the least of her problems - it soon becomes apparent that the woman she has idolised all her life has been hiding a dark secret that will change everything. And as the revelations come to a head it is looking less and less likely that Arabella will return . . .
Raves for Sweet Vengeance:
'Hitchcock would've loved this elegant suspense thriller' Peterborough Evening Telegraph
'The accent is on elegance and style, with seamless plotting by this bestselling thriller writer' The Lady
A former journalist for the Daily Mail and Evening Standard, and social editor of the Tatler for ten years, writer and broadcaster Una-Mary Parker is a bestselling author whose glamorous, stylish and irresistible novels have been published throughout the world.
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25 Sep 2014
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This novel has everything - intrigue, romance, ambition, lust . . . — Daily Mail
Deliciously entertaining — Sunday Telegraph
A meticulous reconstruction of a society at play — Evening Standard
A compulsive romantic thriller — Sunday Express