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THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERAmanda Quick, the bestselling author of The Other Lady Vanishes, transports readers to 1930s California, where glamour and seduction spawn a multitude of sins... At the exclusive Burning Cove Hotel on the coast of California, rookie reporter Irene Glasson finds herself staring down at a beautiful actress at the bottom of a pool... The dead woman had something Irene wanted: a red-hot secret about an up-and-coming leading man--a scoop that may have gotten her killed. As Irene searches for the truth about the drowning, she's drawn to a master of deception. Once a world-famous magician whose career was mysteriously cut short, Oliver Ward is now the owner of the Burning Cove Hotel. He can't let scandal threaten his livelihood, even if it means trusting Irene, a woman who seems to have appeared in Los Angeles out of nowhere four months ago. With Oliver's help, Irene soon learns that the glamorous paradise of Burning Cove hides dark and dangerous secrets. And that the past--always just out of sight--could drag them both under...
- ISBN-13: 9780399174476
- ISBN-10: 0399174478
- Publisher: American Book Company
- Publish Date: February 2019
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Amanda Quick offers an engrossing and entertaining mystery/romance set in 1930s California in The Girl Who Knew Too Much. Fledgling reporter Irene Glasson finds herself in the middle of a murder as she chases down a lead about an up-and-coming movie star, who is currently residing at the famous Burning Cove Hotel in Southern California. This brings her to the attention of the glamorous hotel’s enigmatic owner, former magician Oliver Ward. As more deaths pile up, the pair decide to work together despite their wariness—their pasts have made them reluctant to place their faith in others. But as they dodge danger and gather clues, Irene and Oliver find themselves of like minds and hearts. Suspects and sinister happenings still stand in the way of a happy-ever-after, and the pair must unravel more than one mystery before they can rest easy. The Girl Who Knew Too Much is stylish fun and a great escape.