I'm probably as surprised as everybody else to be reading this book - it's not my normal fare - but then again I'm not even sure I have a "normal" fare anymore.  I tend to SPLASH around a lot.

From the Blurb:

Tara Sharp might have been just another unemployable, twenty-something, ex-private school girl.  But Tara has an uncanny gift for reading people - a gift that has lost her a job or two, but which also makes her a very handy investigator.

Opening Lines:

I stared across the desk at the psychiatrist and tried not to fiddle.

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Tara Sharp should be just another unemployable, twenty-something, private school girl but she can see people’s auras.

The trouble is, auras sometimes tell you things people don’t want you to know. When Tara reads crime boss Johnny Vogue’s aura, she’s sucked into an underworld ‘situation’ that sees her running for her life.

The carpark was chockers so I had to park Mona up the hill. That gave me time to brush my hair and re-lippy in private. But by the time I’d run down the hill, catching the beachfront gale head on, my good work was undone. My plan to enter the foyer looking groomed and pimped had turned into panic-at-the-disco.

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Submitted by Karen on Thu, 17/06/2010 - 07:13 pm