In this hard-hitting, colorful new novel, award-winning author Liza Cody launches a new series and introduces a marvelous new heroine: Eva Wylie, a female wrestler who, when she's not working the sleazy wrestling circuit, is a security guard who cuts a sizzling swath through London low-life, unecumbered by scruples.
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'Cheng send you to Count Suckle's place with a bomb, Eva. And you still don't
understand. You supposed to be dead.' 'I know that,' I said. 'And someone locked
me in. I couldn't open the door so I broke it and I saw it had been locked. Then the
They from Count Suckle. He sent them. They bring in tear gas. It was all behind
the stage, Eva. The roadie threw the first can. You don't use your eyes, Eva?
Other folk use their eyes. They see you take up that little girl and go.' 'But it wasn't
I said, 'They could be from Bermuda Smith, or they could be from Count Suckle.'
Her eyes widened, just a fraction. 'You know about Count Suckle,' she said. It was
not a question. She sighed. 'I would have told you. I was going to tell you.
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BUCKET NUTUser Review - Kirkus
A sizzling debut for the author's unlikely new heroine- -Junoesque, foulmouthed Eva Wylie, daughter of an alcoholic prostitute. Eva ekes out an uncertain living as a junkyard night- guard, augmented ... Read full review
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Lively British author Cody introduces rough-and-tumble Eva Wylie, a "professional'' wrestler and security guard who gets caught in a London protection war. Read full review