The Dirty Secrets Club by Meg Gardiner
(Jo Beckett)

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A string of high-profile murder-suicides has San Francisco more rattled than the string of recent earthquakes. Hired by the SFPD to shed light on the victims' lives, forensic psychiatrist Jo Beckett makes a shocking discovery: all the suicides belonged to a group of A-listers with lots of money and plenty to hide. And soon Jo finds herself trapped in a nightmare from her past when she gets invited to join the club...


About Meg Gardiner

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MEG GARDINER is the author of nine previous novels, including the Evan Delaney series, whose China Lake won the Edgar Award for Best Paperback Original. Originally from Santa Barbara, she now lives with her family in London.
Published June 12, 2008 by Signet. 452 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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An intelligent and stubborn heroine who’s just emotionally vulnerable enough to be empathetic lifts this novel from Gardiner (China Lake ), a Californian no

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Her latest focuses on Jo Beckett, a.

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Her friend Gabe Quintana is probably the closest the novel gets to a rugged hero and he is rather lovely, so I enjoyed reading his scenes too and would expect him to appear in any future Jo Beckett stories.

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The pair soon finds a link between the recent deaths and a nebulous group, the Dirty Secrets Club, whose members are some of the city’s most famous and affluent.

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