Left for Dead by Diane Langford

cover of the book Left for DeadLeft for Dead by Diane Langford
Genre: Fiction
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Published: 1998
Publisher: Hushion House
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Format: Trade Paperback
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No. of Pages: 195
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ISBN: 1852423692
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Montse Letkin works for the council. She’s what you might call a snooper. Montse is getting so good at her job that her boss Gwendoline Rhodes – that’s the one they used to call Red Gwen – has lined Montse up as her personal security consultant. Montse wasn’t so good at that though – Gwendoline fell out of a high window. And it would suit a lot of people if Montse took the rap. In Montse Letkin, Diane Langford has created a true heroine for our times, a bruised and cynical young woman learning the hard way that the personal really is political. Left For Dead is a taut, subversive London thriller set about ten minutes into the future. In a city where privatisation is the watchword and politics a dirty word. In a city where the weak and the homeless had best fend for themselves. In a city of secrets and lies. The legacies of the past collide in this unsettling, visionary slice of millennial noir.
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