New York : Kensington Books, c2012
296 p. ; 22 cm ISBN/ISSN:
9780758253323, 075825332X, 075825332X :, Language:
Haley Randolph's new job as a corporate events coordinator suits her like classic Chanel, as long as no one finds out her only degree is from bartending school. But then again, trouble's always afoot in the life of this amateur sleuth/professional fashionista. On Haley's first day on the job, she finds the chief of security, who was performing Haley's background check, bludgeoned in her office. Naturally, the police peg Haley as their prime suspect, so she'll need to shop around on her own for some guilt-proof clues. Especially since some of the other recent hires at the company also have something to hide. One of her new co-workers leads a double life, as in two wives and two sets of children. Another makes secretive, unexplained trips out of the country. Between her many investigations, the new high-pressure job, and her just-moved-in boyfriend, there's almost no time for the most important thing in Haley's life: maxing out her credit card. And it seems the company's squeaky-clean image is covering a lot of dirty truths. Though Haley's turning up a grab bag of suspects while squeezing in a few sales, the murderer is still knocking off her co-workers. If she's going to catch this killer, she'll need to be on her toes, heels and all, or she'll be this season's hottest victim
Amateur sleuth Haley Randolph, while starting a new job as a corporate events planner, must prove her innocence when the chief of security, who was performing a background check on her, is found bludgeoned to death in her office
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