Devastated by a break-up, our unnamed Turkish transvestite heroine swaps her catsuit for pyjamas and becomes a recluse.  But her friends refuse to let her waste away in self-pity and drag her out to make up the numbers for a party.  There's serious grooming to do before our girl's up to the challenge - her state of misery has left her so thin that even her favourite Audrey Hepburn number doesn't cling the way it should.

At the soirée, she becomes entranced with a powerful married man, but it seems unlikely their paths will cross again.  Until a body is found - the gigolo victim is connected to her latest crush.

Author

Mehmet Murat Somer

Mehmet Murat Somer was born in Ankara in 1959. After graduating from university, he worked for a short time as an engineer, and for an extended period as a banker. Since 1994, he has been a management consultant, conducting corporate seminars on management skills and personal development. When not working out in the hammam, he writes books in the Hop-Ciki-Yaya series, of which there are now 6.

Country of Origin

Books:

Series: Hop-Çiki-Yaya

Book Number:
3
2009
Book Number:
2
2002
Book Number:
1
2003
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ISBN
9781846686948
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Book Number (in series)
3
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Review THE GIGOLO MURDER - Mehmet Murat Somer
Karen Chisholm
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Blog Currently Reading - The Gigolo Murder, Mehmet Murat Somer
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Thursday, February 11, 2010

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