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A revolutionary dieting craze promises women astonishing weight loss. In a matter of months, Size 16s become svelte size 6s as the new slimming commodity is deemed more valuable than gold or cocaine. Its formula is a mystery, but after women worldwide gleefully overhaul their wardrobes and play hide and seek behind lampposts…the deadly side effects become apparent.
ebook, First, 298 pages
Published February 24th 2013 by WordCheetah
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A revolutionary dieting craze promises women astonishing weight loss. In a matter of months, Size 16s become svelte size 6s as the new slimming commodity is deemed more valuable than gold or cocaine. Its formula is a mystery, but after women worldwide gleefully overhaul their wardrobes and play hide and seek behind lampposts…the deadly side effects become apparent.

The first high profile person to sample and popularise the slimming aid is a celebrity fashion editor haunted by a poisonous sibling
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Mark G. Butcher was born in Portsmouth in 1972 before legendary boxing scribe and Hall Of Fame inductee Harry Mullan gave him a writer's job at the world's oldest sports magazine Boxing News. Mark subsequently worked in all corners of the boxing industry covering fights from London to Las Vegas.

He started performing poetry in smoky London nightspots leading to the publication of his first book 'A
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