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Tropic of Guile

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"(There is nothing more precious than one’s own children. There is nothing as dangerous as one’s own spouse. There is nowhere as deceptive as a tropical island with the appearance of paradise…)

Licensed to abuse, Alex forgoes all restraint. His methods of psychological torture become sadistically inventive. At the point of choosing to die, Vicki is saved by Val, who packs h
Paperback, 292 pages
Published August 16th 2013 by Xlibris Corporation
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Catherine Robertson
May 02, 2014 Catherine Robertson rated it it was ok
If you're going to self-publish (and why not?), please, please invest in a proof-reader. I have read numerous self-published books and this is by far the worst proof-read of any. Mistakes on almost every page. Worst of all, the back cover blurb appears to belong to a previous draft - two characters' names are entirely different, including the main character's (in the blurb, she's Vicki; in the novel, she's Hannah)! I can overlook a few typos, but so many and such big mistakes are hard to ...more
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McCauley, Sue (1941 –), fiction writer, scriptwriter and journalist, was born in Dannevirke, grew up on a farm in rural southern Hawke's Bay and was a boarder at Nelson GC.

She worked as a copywriter and journalist in Napier, Wellington, New Plymouth and Christchurch, beginning her writing career with radio and TV plays and short stories in the 1970s.

Her first novel Other Halves (1982) won both the
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