One Dangerous Lady

One Dangerous Lady

Book - 2005
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In Barbados to enjoy her romance with a dashing English lord, Jo Slater is stunned by the disappearance of Russell Cole, a wealthy art collector, and, back in New York, Jo discovers that neither her urbane lord nor Russell's wife are what they appear to be.

Blackwell North Amer
Jo Slater, once the grandest of New York's grande dames, has made a miraculous comeback from the brink of social obscurity - and is living the good life once again.
While in Barbados, as a guest at the most lavish, high-society wedding of the year, Jo is contemplating a romance with a dashing British aristocrat when her old friend Russell Cole, a fabulously wealthy art collector, disappears from his yacht. Jo suspects foul play and that the perfectly manicured fingerprints of Russell's latest wife, Carla, are all over the so-called accident.
Back in Manhattan, as Carla climbs the social ladder with astonishing speed and ruthlessness, Jo discovers that a mysterious figure from her own past has resurfaced and seems hell-bent on bringing her down once and for all. But when it comes to scheming, and the cunning manipulation of the Park Avenue set, crossing Jo Slater is always a very dangerous endeavor.

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& Taylor

In Barbados to enjoy her romance with a dashing English lord, Jo Slater is stunned by the disappearance of Russell Cole, a wealthy art collector, from his yacht, and, back in New York, Jo is confronted by the threat of someone from her own past and discovers that neither her urbane lord nor Russell's wife are what they appear to be. By the author of Social Crimes.

Publisher: New York : Hyperion ; 2005
ISBN: 9781401352363
1401352367
Branch Call Number: Fiction Hitchcock
Characteristics: 356 p. ; 24 cm

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