Damage Control

Damage Control

Book - 2011
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Maggie Silver is solidly middle class, with a mortgage to pay and an ill mother to support. Doing her best to scramble up the ladder at an elite Southern California PR firm, Maggie tackles her toughest client yet: Senator Henry Paxton, who also happens to be the father of Maggie's estranged best friend. Senator Paxton's young female aide has been found murdered, and Maggie must run damage control to prevent the scandal from growing.
Publisher: Detroit. : Thorndike Press, c2011
ISBN: 9781410442994
1410442993
Branch Call Number: Lg Print Fiction Ham
Characteristics: 691 p. (large print) ; 23 cm

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soanil
May 01, 2012

It is really a good book. politicans ,police and damage control team manipulates the situation masterfully. It is long but worth it

BPLNextBestAdults Jan 05, 2012

In this stand-alone thriller, Maggie Silver is trying to carve out her public relations career, handle her addiction, and care for her ailing mother. Her employer, The Blair Company, assigns her to cover the murder of a young female aide to Senator Henry Paxton. This case assignment is no coincidence – Maggie was best friends with his daughter, Anabelle, when they were teenagers. Anabelle was everything her family was not – rich and powerful. The girls were inseparable, but one violent act, many years ago, changed their relationship forever.
Now Maggie is torn between loyalty, betrayal, and her renewed feelings for Anabelle’s brother. During this fast-paced novel, as Maggie tries to spin the Senator’s crisis into something more positive, the reader discovers how one wild teenage night can impact many lives years later. This is a plot-driven, suspenseful book that leaves Maggie guessing who to trust until the very end.

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Oct 25, 2011

A very good book with enough twists and turns to keep you guessing right till the end. Excellent usage of atmospheric writing dripping with tension that compliments the author's flawed heroine well.

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