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Stone Cold by Jenny Hilborne
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Stone Cold

by Jenny Hilborne

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Stone Cold is a complex, plot-driven story of power, corruption, and deceit. Hilborne does a great job of fitting the pieces together a little at a time, allowing the story to unfold while keeping readers guessing.

There are a lot of characters, none standing out specifically as a main character. Also, I didn't particularly like most of the characters. This was due to the nature of the story, and not a fault of the author. The combination made it difficult for me to connect, since my preferences lean more toward character-driven fiction.

Overall, this is a perfect book for readers looking for a well written story with an intricate plot. ( )
  Darcia | Aug 9, 2013 |
perhaps a series might be forthcoming in the future. There are definitely enough interesting characters for that to become a reality. Whether or not that happens, Stone Cold is a solid read, a great suspense that will take you into the sordid world of corporate corruption, BDSM, and the criminal mind.
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No one knew Trent Oakes would kill a man before the day ended.
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A psychological thriller. In the aggressive world of advertising, competition is fierce. Mara Mann's hatred of her boss - a ruthless man driven by results - leads her into the dangerous world of company vice president Reid Dalton, and to the secret behind a forgotten grave.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615778763, Paperback)

In the competitive world of advertising, Charles Dean is a ruthless boss driven by results. When a scandal threatens to ruin his company, he is determined to identify the culprit and handle it his way. Mara Mann has other ideas, and her own reasons for bringing him down. Then the murders of two senior corporate executives stun the Oxfordshire community. Mara's hatred for Dean leads her into the dangerous and twisted world of Vice President, Reid Dalton, and to the discovery of a forgotten grave. As she uncovers more truths about her boss, and learns the secret he has kept hidden, she is drawn deeper into the mind of a killer and puts her own life at risk.

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In the competitive world of advertising, Charles Dean is a ruthless boss driven by results. When a scandal threatens to ruin his company, he is determined to identify the culprit and handle it his way. Mara Mann has other ideas, and her own reasons for bringing him down. Then the murders of two senior corporate executives stun the Oxfordshire community.Mara's hatred for Dean leads her into the dangerous and twisted world of Vice President, Reid Dalton, and to the discovery of a forgotten grave. As she uncovers more truths about her boss, and learns the secret he has kept hidden, she is drawn deeper into the mind of a killer and puts her own life at risk.

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