Book Review: Dead Gorgeous

Dead Gorgeous
A Mystery for D.I. Cosrello
By Elizabeth Flynn

Kristy Manners is a young beautiful and ambitious. And dead. Kirsty was trying to make it in the fashion world. As the in-hourse model for Ivano King and having dated the great designer himself she believed she well on her way. But Kirsty is found dead in her flat one Sunday afternoon, and D.I Angela Costello is called to the scene. Kirsty has left behind a lovesick ex-boyfriend and a jealous flatmate. And what about King's new girlfriend who, openly admits she has a reason to wish Kirsty dead? Behind the flawless make-up and gleaming catwalks, Angela's enquires uncover theft, drug addiction prostitution and suddenly her own life could be in danger. 

Elizabeth Flynn is a Londoner of Anglo-Irish parentage. She has a background in theatre both as an actress and in stage management, and is the author of Game, Set and Murder. 

Of course with my recent modeling experience, of course I was interested in what Dead Gorgeous was all about. Of course the experiences don't quite fit the ones that I've had with modeling, way more drama and such the book was pretty good. It kept me guessing through the whole thing, and I loved the ending, but you have to read that for yourself. If you like The Advent of Murder or Abducted then this is a book for you. 

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