The Red FIles (audiobook) by Lee Winter

Rated 4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

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Author: Lee Winter

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Ambitious Daily Sentinel journalist Lauren King is chafing on LA’s vapid social circuit, reporting on glamorous A-list parties while sparring with her rival—the formidable, icy Catherine Ayers. Ayers is an ex-Washington political correspondent who suffered a humiliating fall from grace, and her acerbic, vicious tongue keeps everyone at bay. Everyone, that is, except knockabout Iowa girl King, who is undaunted, unimpressed and gives as good as she gets.

One night a curious story unfolds before their eyes: One business launch, 34 prostitutes and a pallet of missing pink champagne. Can the warring pair work together to unravel an incredible story? This is a lesbian fiction with more than a few mysterious twists.

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Publication Date

October 2018

Language

English

Publisher

Ylva Publishing

3 reviews for The Red FIles (audiobook) by Lee Winter

  1. gheuenskath
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    Finally!! I was waiting for this one to come out as an audiobook. And it brings so much more to the book (for me) the book alone is brilliantly written and the narrator did a perfect job bringing it alive.

  2. Kristina Lee
    Rated 4 out of 5

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    This book was given to me free by the author. It is an amazing read. I love how well the ice queen (Ayers) was portrayed. I just loved to hate her, until I started liking her. I loved the quirky King, and how confident and self assured she was. The plot twists and turns were fun to follow. I hated putting the book down. The way it ended with a question has me intrigued as well. I especially loved the pivotal scene where Ayers lets her guard down. I fell in love with her until the next morning, where her icyness takes over. I can’t really say any more without giving away the book.

  3. Ann
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    I loved this book in print and was eager to see it produced in audio since I really enjoy re-reading and re-listening to excellent books. This is a very nice treatment of the book. The narrator does a beautiful job with Ayers’ voice especially and I really appreciate that the voices are distinct enough I was not wishing for additional dialogue tags. The story is entertaining the first, second, third, and, I assume 50th or 100th time. The chemistry of the two protagonists is delightful. The mystery is entertaining even when you know the outcome. The secondary characters are especially colorful in a genuine way. I am now looking for an excuse to listen to the book again right away.

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