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Just when Kate Clark thought her life was finally on the right track, things suddenly threatened to get worse as her life took a deep dive into uncertainty. Or rather, her life took a deep dive into LA former supermodel Wendy Adair’s world. Wendy Adair had visited Kate’s boss and reputable lawyer in LA, Enola Locklear, seeking legal representation in her case. Wendy was suing the famous plastic surgeon Paul Sloan for messing up her face and consequently her modeling career. Kate offers to help Wendy find a good lawyer after her boss dismisses Wendy’s request. But then, Paul Sloan is found dead the next day, and Wendy is put in police custody as the main suspect. Wendy demands that Kate will be her attorney in her new murder case, and Enola pushes Kate to take the case. However, Kate harbored a big secret about her past. Kate seeks help from her former boss Ben Shuster to help her with Wendy's case. With enormous media attention, will Kate and Ben save Wendy from serving time behind bars? Or Will Kate’s secret be uncovered and land her in prison? Find out how it all goes down in Sylvia Mulholland’s Looks Can Kill.
Sylvia Mulholland’s Looks Can Kill is just what you should be looking for if you love crime novels laced with an unraveling tale of impersonation, legal affairs, court drama, a failed marriage, and murder. Mulholland keeps readers on edge with suspense and enthralling drama. She hatches a super intriguing plot for her storyline, featuring an exciting cast. She gives her narration effortlessly switching between the present and the past, giving the storyline a beautiful flow and impressively vivid and picturesque depictions of scenes. The media coverage and headlines and the protestors outside the police station among other aspects of the story were a perfect parody of the real scenarios. This and many other scenes left me with sore ribs from laughter. The author has a knack for portraying the lifestyle of the rich and the working class of LA. This made the reading experience engaging and fun. Mulholland wonderfully develops her characters, bringing out their character traits. Albeit meek and a little timid from her past experiences, Kate has a strong fighting spirit and is more intelligent than other people may think of her. Looks Can Kill is a magnificent piece of work and I loved it. I’m looking forward to reading more of Mulholland’s work.