MISS TERRY by Liza Cody

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"Nita Tehri’s life seems sorted. She has a good job, she lives in a pretty apartment in a quiet street and she has escaped from the family who endangered her.

Yet despite everything she’s achieved she still has a problem. She doesn’t look like her neighbours. And when a grizzly discovery is made outside her door all eyes turn towards her.

She has done nothing wrong. But slowly, inexorably, her life turns inside-out. How can the people she used to think of as her friends and colleagues behave so irrationally in modern, enlightened England? Little by little her faith in society and British justice is eroded.

It isn’t only her belief in fair play that’s threatened. One thing is certain—if she survives, her life will never be the same.

About Anna Lee:

“Electric with suspense, fast and funny...”
Publisher’s Weekly

About Eva Wylie:

“A staggering achievement... A breath-taking tour de force.”
Sara Paretsky

“...Eva is a wondrous creation - an incorrigible innocent in a story that crackles with energy. Super Cody.”
Kirkus Reviews

About Gimme More:

“Any one with the slightest interest in the world of music will fi nd this a thriller they won’t want to put down.”
Anthony Morris

“Probably the greatest rock’n’roll novel ever.”
Nick Johnstone, uncut.

About Ballad of a Dead Nobody:

“I was gripped… [told] beautifully, touchingly, sometimes brutally…”
Peter Lovesey

“Adventurous in form, sparklingly written and with every page more gripping than the last, this bluesy novel may well be the already garlanded Cody’s best yet.”
Mat Coward, Morning Star"

About Liza Cody

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Liza Cody was born in London. She attended the City and Guilds of London Art School and the Royal Academy School of Art. She managed to support herself as a painter before becoming a film studio technician. Before turning to crime writing she also worked as a furniture-maker, a photographer, a graphic designer and an assistant at Madame Tussauds.
Published September 13, 2012 by iUniverse. 238 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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