The Manolo Matrix by Julie Kenner

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USA Today bestselling author of The Givenchy Code Julie Kenner reloads for her second novel of high-heeled thrills as another woman gets pulled into a mysterious world of extreme gaming where she must play or die.

Aspiring actress Jennifer Crane knows all about games -- the games girls play to get a guy; the games actresses play to land a part; and the good old game of credit-card roulette. (How else is a girl supposed to afford her shoes?) But she never expected to be playing a game with life-or-death consequences. Unable to successfully score an acting gig, she has, instead, been cast in the role of reluctant bodyguard to a real-life assassin's target -- a dashing FBI agent of all people! -- and must embark with him upon a scavenger hunt across Manhattan in search of the ultimate prize: survival. Before this, Jenn's definition of fighting dirty has been elbowing her way to the front of the line at a Manolo sample sale. Now, if she wants to stay alive, she's going to have to learn a few new uses for her stilettos. . . and they ain't pretty.

Fast, flirty, and full of great footwear, The Manolo Matrix is another electrifying adventure in this breakout series for fashionistas who love a perfectly appointed mystery.

About Julie Kenner

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JULIE KENNER begins a new series for Downtown Press with The Givenchy Code. Her novel Aphrodite1s Kiss was a USA Today bestseller; her other acclaimed novels include Nobody But You and The Spy Who Loves Me. She lives in Georgetown, Texas, with her husband and daughter.
Published February 1, 2006 by Pocket Books. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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It seems the author was simply trying to fill in the gap between the first and third books as quickly as possible with little regard to plot or character development.Kenner is clearly taking advantage of the incredible publicity surrounding The Da Vinci Code (the title of the first book, The Give...

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