Expose by Laura Van Wormer

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Two years ago Sally Harrington abandoned the adrenaline rush of working for a Los Angeles magazine to return home to Castleford, Connecticut. Now she works for the local paper, chasing leads from Crazy Pete Sabatino, the town's conspiracy theorist, and is on again, off again with her high-school boyfriend.

Then a chance encounter changes everything and Sally is offered a job writing a piece for Expectations, a high-end tabloid magazine. Her assignment is to write an exposé on Cassy Cochran, president of the powerful DBS TV network in New York.

While running back and forth between New York and Castleford, Sally finds she's juggling two lifestyles, two jobs, even two men. But her worlds collide when she's drawn into a murder investigation a murder that according to Crazy Pete is directly linked to the death of Sally's father, some 20 years ago.

For someone who's always taken risks, Sally suddenly finds that her life is completely out of control. Her plum assignment isn't what it seems, one of the men in her life just might have a hidden agenda and her father's accidental death might have been murder....


About Laura Van Wormer

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Author Laura Van Wormer was raised in Darien, Connecticut. She attended the University of Arizona for a year and then transferred to the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She studied to become a television writer, anchorwoman and talk show host and in 1978, graduated with a B.S. degree. After graduation, she got a job as the secretary to the editor-in-chief of Doubleday & Company and was promoted up to the rank of editor. While on assignment to write a book based on the hit series Dynasty, Van Wormer received offers to write books for other shows. She was now able to support herself while she began work on her first novel. In 1988, "Riverside Drive" was published and was followed by "West End" (1989), "Benedict Canyon" (1992), "Any Given Moment" (1995), "Jury Duty" (1996), "Just for the Summer" (1997), "Talk" (1998) and "Expose" (1999). Van Wormer's novels are romantic suspense that have memorable characters and reflected current issues and trends. She was a member of the Author's Guild, the Mystery Writers of America and the Sisters of Crime. In Connecticut, she was President of the Friends of the Library and was on the board of the Augusta Curtis Cultural Center.
Published January 1, 2000 by Mira Books.
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Readers of Van Wormer's romantic suspense tale Just for the Summer will find themselves on familiar turf here.

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A local conspiracy theorist, Pete Sabatino, is convinced the Masons along with George Bush are out for “world domination.” Collaborating witnesses on these stories have not, as of yet, availed themselves to “star reporter,” Sally Herrington.

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