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Intimate Strangers

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Investigative journalist Laurie Forbes is planning her wedding to Elliot Russell when she receives a tip-off that a group of illegally smuggled women is being held somewhere in the East End of London, soon to become victims of the ruthless world of sex trafficking.

During her search, unexpected and devastating events begin throwing her own life into chaos, so fellow journal
Paperback, 560 pages
Published May 27th 2004 by Arrow
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Apr 11, 2011 Linda rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Don't you just hate it when you have nearly finished a book especially one that you really enjoyed to find out that there are two more books before it. They are 1) Silent Witness 2) Wicked Beauty then it is this one 3) Intimate Strangers but it doesn't mention the other two books in this one. Grrr. I only found out on one of Goodreads Reviews, I suppose it was my fault also for not reading the review before starting the book. Oh well nevermind! Hope I have broght it at least to someones ...more
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Spellbinding and emotional. Stayed up the night to finish. It was thought provoking regarding the human trafficking element and it examined the fraility of human relationships. Thoroughly enjoyable.
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I've read a few novels by Susan Lewis. I like her style of writing. The Mill House currently remains my favourite by her.
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was born in 1956, in Bristol. My father was a Welsh miner, a poet, an engineer and a thinker. My mother was one of 13 children who, at 20, persuaded my father to spend his bonus on an engagement ring instead of a motorbike. We were a normal, happy, nuclear family, living in a spanking new council house on the outskirts of town – my mother’s pride and joy. But we were going to do better, my mother ...more
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