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Exposé (Sally Harrington #1)

3.39 of 5 stars 3.39  ·  rating details  ·  95 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Van Wormer's first four critically acclaimed novels featuring impetuous television newswoman Sally Harrington, who thrives on fast action and danger, are now reissued at a special low price.
Paperback, 480 pages
Published March 1st 2005 by Mira Books (first published 1999)
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I'm generally leery of any book that bills itself as romantic suspense but I think this one may have been miscategorized. The few sex scenes in the book advanced the story and didn't take away from it and certainly wasn't in there to sell the book.

The story itself started slowly. But once it picked up, there was no slowing it down. And in the last 200 pages I did not want to put this book down - I was late for work one day because of it and I took a longer lunch (don't tell) to finish it. This
Renata R.
Mistery, gossip and a bit of romance. That's what the life of Sally Harrington is all about. In the battle of finding herself, Sally has to face her love life, career and a ghost in her past.
There are a lot of characters but they are well built making it easy to create a mental picture of each of them. Even though is a long book it doesn't make you rush to finish it. Easy to read and with an interesting plot.

Not a book that will change your life but still enjoyable.
A good book for a lazy afterno
A Sally Harrington story. Good story with a mystery.
Good fun, with a mixture of crime and journalism driving the plot. I needed something light and fast, and this was just what the doctor ordered. I see Van Wormer has other novels featuring the same Sally Harrington character; I'll be checking the library for more episodes.
Shannon Rozner
A pretty decent entry in the "trashy mystery novel with a plucky heroine that makes nice summer reading" category.
Good book. It's a bit long but the story gets better as you read through it.
In the trashy/crime/love story category--pretty good for that category!
I would read another by this author.
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Laura Van Wormer grew up in Darien, Connecticut, graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, and has spent most of her adult life working in publishing. She is the author of eleven previous novels. The Kill Fee is the fifth in the Sally Harrington series, although some of the characters - most notably the group at DBS News - are in her earlier novels Ri ...more
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