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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Suppose Simone's foster family paid Ma to keep away - to keep me away. I only
ever went to see them once, and that wasn't very nice. In the shower, with the
water beating on my head, I nearly remembered what hadn't been nice about the
'It's very nice of you to come.' Even that was arse-end up. I burst in on him at
almost ten o'clock at night and he says, how nice. Also he looked so pil- locky.
His hair was sticking up like a day-old chick and he was wearing corduroy strides
Maybe I'm not a very nice person. But look at Harry. He may be a nice old bird,
but nice didn't get him very far. He had to cover it up with a mask when he was
fighting. You can stuff nice. That's my opinion for what it's worth. Still, Mr Deeds
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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