Reading Group giveaway: The Cutaway by Christina Kovac

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BREAKING NEWS: we have 3 sets of 10 copies of the thriller of the year to give away to reading groups! Christine Kovac’s slick, gripping thriller has cutthroat female characters, snappy one-liners and a fascinating insight into TV broadcasting in Washington, D.C..

SOMETIMES THE REAL ACTION HAPPENS WHEN THE CAMERA CUTS AWAY

‘A smart, highly satisfying story of crime, politics, the media, and ruthless ambition… Sensational’ Thomas Mullen

‘A terrific debut that combines relentless pacing, a compelling story and a truly remarkable protagonist’ Joseph Finder

It begins with someone else’s story. The story of a woman who leaves a busy restaurant and disappears completely into the chilly spring night. Evelyn Carney is missing – but where did she go? Who was she meeting? And why did she take a weapon with her when she went?

When brilliant TV producer Virginia Knightley finds Evelyn’s missing person report on her desk, she becomes obsessed with finding out what happened that night. But her pursuit of the truth draws her deep into the power struggles and lies of Washington DC’s elite – to face old demons and new enemies.

A slick, gripping thriller that moves at the pace of breaking news, The Cutaway will keep your heart hammering until the final page.

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