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Her Final Victim - cover

Her Final Victim

NJ Moss

Publisher: Bloodhound Books

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With friends like these, who needs enemies? A twisting psychological thriller about what lies behind a marriage’s façade—and the deadly results . . .   Hazel and Jamie are happily married. Or so it would seem. Behind closed doors, things are far from normal. Jamie has an unhealthy obsession, and Hazel is more worried about herself than her husband. So when Millicent injects herself into their lives, with Jamie firmly in her sights, the trio end up on a path that will end in death. Everyone has secrets. Everyone has a dark side. But who is good, who is bad, and who is going to get away with murder?

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