There's no money trail too cold for Pink to follow. But trouble sure follows her -- because Pink's not taking back her accusations, no matter how many death threats, abduction attempts and steamy kisses from lawyers of questionable ethics she receives. The landscape around the Tall City is anything but lush. If I lied, if I said something was in the box, other than what really was in the box, it could harm my credibility if the investigation ended with criminal charges against Marvel Energy. He almost looked like he wanted to smile. But trouble sure follows her--because Pink's not taking back her accusations, no matter how many death threats, abduction attempts and steamy kisses from lawyers of questionable ethics she receives.
This is a fun read, and well worth seeking out and reading. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The next morning, I caught the early flight out of D. But Barbara Clemmons had the nerve to insinuate that I was Chicken Little, causing a panic when clearly, it was all just a big misunderstanding. Or even the top 20. Which was a nice way of saying, You may be hanging out in the joint soon, so buzz off. I'm looking forward to reading Pink's next adventure.
This was the fun part. Maybe that someone was in danger of losing their job, or even facing possible indictment. I had splurged and bought beautiful Cantoni furniture and the result looked like something out of Architectural Digest. It was two-thousand square feet of upscale, modern architecture. The notion that someone was following me and watching every move I made was creepy enough, but the dog doo took my anxiety to a higher level. Another note, threatening a slice-and-dice job on my private body parts, along with a lovely gift of dog doo. But by virtue of being broadcast on television, her testimony creates a situation wherein everyone with an interest in the case itself knows that all that stands in the way of years in the big house for the guilty parties is a sex doll with a disk nestled next to his plastic ass.
A mental picture of Mrs. Bookseller: , District of Columbia, United States Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 2005. Maybe address invitations to her monthly supper socials. But no way I was telling the senator, or anyone else. And in true scapegoat fashion, she's lost her job and reputation and has moved back home to start again at the bottom of the pile, working as a forensic accountant for gasp! I was going to be audited. As I packed up my portfolio and left for my fourteenth job interview, I wondered why I bothered.
The focus is very much on the heroine, and very much on the process of her kicking ass in an untenable situation, and the romance aspect is almost secondary to the ass-kickingness of the heroine. Every single interview ended the same. And I especially despised my ex-boss, Lowell, for firing me. Because I forgot George even had a key. I already looked like a fringe lunatic, paranoid and grasping at conspiracy theories.
Think accounting can't be hot? The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects or irregularities. The similarities between the series extend beyond the heroines, though: both books share a character created by the setting. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Inside a box that was taken by someone who misunderstood which box I intended to get rid of. Digging for facts is more my calling. Too bad I had absolutely no choice in the matter. Unfortunately this immunity hinges on documents that have been recorded on disk and now the disk in unattainable for several weeks.
An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. No one would hire me. For eight hundred bucks an hour, the least he could have done was fake it. The memos also prove that the firm agreed to look the other way in exchange for very lucrative consulting work. Adult content: Yes Language: English Has Image Descriptions: No Categories: , , Submitted By: Bookshare Staff Usage Restrictions: This is a copyrighted book.
The sole woman on the committee, Barbara Clemmons from New Hampshire, piped up then. But trouble sure follows her--because Pink's not taking back her accusations, no matter how many death threats, abduction attempts and steamy kisses from lawyers of questionable ethics she receives. Will the once-lonely soldier find a new home—and his forever family—in Sugar Falls? Legal-eagle stuff blows my mind. When you asked about these discrepancies, what was Mr. And in true scapegoat fashion, she's lost her job and reputation and has moved back home to start again at the bottom of the pile, working as a forensic accountant for gasp! I tried to save face. There's no money trail too cold for Pink to follow.