An Imperfect Past by Eve Seymour
(A Kim Slade Novel)

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Seymour, who could improve this series by paring down her subplots, aims to please readers who like to keep guessing and aren’t put off by a gruesome murder or more.
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The past can be a foreign country and, for Kim Slade, a clinical psychologist specializing in young women with eating disorders, it's deadly, too.

No sooner than Kim returns to work after a mental breakdown, she's summoned to the deathbed of a former client, Mimi Vellender. Mimi's dying wish is that Kim finds her brother, Nicholas, who mysteriously disappeared five years ago.

Just as mysteriously, Kim's long-estranged mother, Monica, comes back into her life following the suspicious death of the judge she worked for as a live-in housekeeper. Is the sudden desire for a family reunion all it seems, or does Monica have something to hide?

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"Aims to please readers who like to keep guessing and aren't put off by a gruesome murder or more." ―Kirkus Reviews

 

About Eve Seymour

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Eve Seymour lives in the United Kingdom. Married with five grown-up children, she has had a number of short stories broadcast on BBC Radio Devon and is the author of seven crime/spy novels. She works as an editorial consultant, specialising in crime fiction, for Writer's Workshop. Beautiful Losers is her debut in an exciting new series of psychological thrillers wih Midnight Ink.
 
Published March 8, 2017 by Midnight Ink.
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction
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on Dec 19 2016

Seymour, who could improve this series by paring down her subplots, aims to please readers who like to keep guessing and aren’t put off by a gruesome murder or more.

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