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Lives are put at risk, and Nick, the on-set carpenter, is blamed. Chrissie, an old colleague, helps out, but she, too, is struggling with her own responsibilities of taking on a business partnership. Networks of deceit are uncovered by Matt, a part-time Internet people-tracer, as a memorabilia scam unfolds. Return to Book Page.

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It stands alone but follows many of the characters seen previously. As the summer of draws to a close, the Olympic goodwill sweeping Suffolk can't last. Murder is in the air. A brooding menace takes hold of a film production near Stowmarket.

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Lives are put at risk and Nick, the on-set carpenter, is blamed. C This is the sixth book in the Utterly Crime series of novels. Chrissie, an old colleague, helps out, but she too is struggling with her own responsibilities of taking on a business partnership. Networks of deceit are uncovered by Matt, a part-time internet people-tracer, as a memorabilia scam unfolds. Former students, bound by connections to Utterly Academy, come together - one of the four dies.

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Nick finds himself in the frame again and a murder quickly follows. DI Clive Merry discovers that "crush" takes on a whole new meaning for his witnesses. I ought to make an effort to master a grown-up writer, not idly but with concentration, following the plot and remembering who all the characters were.


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What I really love is a story about a group of people tied together by a joint venture, arguing, getting frustrated, forming bonds and breaking up again. Where did that passion come from? The one I adored, and have just read again with a lot of enjoyment, was The Moneychangers. Hailey made a career with scrupulously researched dramas of workplaces, set in hotels Hotel , airports Airport and the motor industry Wheels. The human exchanges were principled or lurid, based on the possibilities of each industry at the time.

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Embarrassingly, thinking about Hailey, the moment in Wheels that still effortlessly springs to mind is when it becomes apparent that the fabric on the car seats has the capacity to rip out hairs from a fur coat. The Moneychangers is about banks, and nowadays has a mesmerising period quality.

There are no CCTV cameras in bank branches; characters explain credit cards to each other; and, very interestingly, a debate rages between one executive liberal and generous who wants to lend expansively to the urban poor and another hard-headed who only wants to lend on good prospects and make lots of money.