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Gold Diggers

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Gold Diggers by Tasmina Perry
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From The Sunday Times bestselling author of Daddy's Girls comes the Summer blockbuster of the decade. Tasmina Perry, she's what beaches were made for. New York billionaire Adam Gold is moving to London. He's sexy, single and about to come face to face with The Gold Diggers. Karin the jet-setting swimsuit entrepreneur and London's most glamorous socialite. Adam Gold could be her perfect accessory. Erin the naive country girl who snares the job as Adam's PA. But the bright lights and obscene money threaten to lose her everything she once held dear. Molly, a fading eighties supermodel with an expensive drug habit. Adam could be her last chance at gaining the ultimate lifestyle before time finally catches up with her. Summer is Molly's daughter. A burgeoning beauty living in the shadows of her famous mother. Now the tables are about to turn when she lands herself a television deal and becomes 'the next big thing.' From Monte Carlo to Lake Como, St Moritz to St Barts, Gold Diggers takes us on a heady journey through the social circuit of the super-rich, plunging the reader into a world of sex, murder and scorching betrayal.

Author Biography

Tasmina Perry left a career in law for the more glamorous world of women's magazine journalism. She has written on celebrity and style for many national magazines including Marie-Claire, Glamour and Heat and was most recently Deputy Editor of InStyle magazine. She has also found time to launch her own travel and fashion magazine Jaunt. Her first novel Daddy's Girls was a Sunday Times bestseller. She lives in Surrey with her husband and son.
Release date NZ
July 2nd, 2007
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
Pages
512
Dimensions
154x233x36
ISBN-13
9780007252176
Product ID
1692061

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