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How well can you ever really know someone?

As Ben Casper watches his best friend plummet from her sixth-floor apartment balcony, he realises his life is about to change. Diana had no reason to kill herself, she had to have been pushed.

Diana worked for the CIA, so the investigation into her death is kept tightly under wraps. But Ben is a political journalist, and can feel that something isn't right.

Ben starts investigating for himself and soon discovers Diana was leading a double life he knew nothing about. But when more people involved die in questionable circumstances, it's clear that someone doesn't want the truth to be uncovered.

And unless Ben drops his investigation, he could be next.

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February 12th, 2015
At the begining I found it rather strange. I was not sure if I was reading an adult book or a teenage one, but as I read more I was hooked and really enjoyed it - except for all the movie references .
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July 31st, 2014
Authors cleverly captivated a procession of unrefuted data amid a childhood homebringing that appeared to have a warped and Intriguing thread to the reader. Well done.
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June 13th, 2014
Suicide can be made to look as murder... Murder can be made to look as suicide...
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So So
October 22nd, 2013
Too much movie references distracted from the intensity, made it seem more like a comedy.
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The mistress
September 28th, 2013
Good story' too many references to movies,
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