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Broke

Broke

‘One of the bad girls of gritty crime’ Daily Mirror

She’s hit rock bottom – but she’s going to fight back . . .

Amy’s marriage to Mark isn’t the best – he can’t resist the girls, he can’t hold down a job. But she doesn’t want to know just how bad things are until his gambling habit brings the debt collector to her door. He makes it brutally clear how she can pay off Mark’s debts . . .

And Amy’s troubles are only beginning. Someone else wants Mark for herself, and she is ready to steal Amy’s man, her self-respect and even her children.

As the stakes rise, Amy will either lose everything, or she’ll have to learn how to be as hard and ruthless as her enemies . . .

‘A cracking read that will chill you to the bone’ Sun on Two-Faced

‘Mandasue has played a real blinder with this fantastic novel’ Martina Cole on Forget-Me-Not
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 31st January 2013

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781444712964

Reviews

Lost Angel is a shining example of the rule that the best crime fiction isn't just about crime; it's also about family, relationships, love . . . and hate. From The Godfather to The Sopranos, these are the stories that grip us most intensely. And Heller is at the top of her game with this one--it's captivating from first page to last.
Jeffery Deaver on LOST ANGEL
A hectic pace. . . will please fans of Martina Cole.
<i>Bella</i> on LOST ANGEL
Mandasue has played a real blinder with this fantastic novel.
Martina Cole on FORGET ME NOT
Cracking page-turner . . . a gritty compassionate account of life on the margins.
<i>Manchester Evening News</i> on FORGET ME NOT
'A cracking read that will chill you to the bone.'
<i>Sun</i> on TWO-FACED
'One of the bad girls of gritty crime, Heller has written a blinder.'
<i>Daily Mirror</i> on TWO-FACED
'A glamorous nightclub hides a seedy underworld that Heller knows only too well.'
<i>Daily Express</i> on THE CLUB
Gripping . . . powerful writing.
<i>Scotland on Sunday</i> on FORGET ME NOT