Getaway by Lisa Brackmann
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Michelle Mason tells herself she's on vacation. A brief stay in the Mexican resort town of Puerto Vallarta. It's a chance to figure out her next move after the unexpected death of her banker husband, whos left behind a scandal and a pile of debt. The trip was already paid for, and it beats crashing in her sisters spare room. When a good-looking man named Daniel approaches her on the beach, the margaritas have kicked in and she decides: why not?
"A sinister tale of a vacation gone bad...Puerto Vallarta provides a lush backdrop for Brackmann's richly drawn ex-pat world, which is as eccentric as it is dangerous." - Publishers Weekly
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Lisa Brackmann Author Biography
Lisa Brackmann has worked as a motion picture executive and an issues researcher in a presidential campaign. She has lived and traveled extensively in China. A southern California native, Brackmann currently splits her time between Venice, California and Beijing, China. Rock Paper Tiger is her first novel.
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