Hilary Davidson An Anthony Award-Winning Author- EVIL IN ALL ITS DISGUISES


      by Hilary Davidson      Anthony Award-Winning Author

      “A top-notch mystgery … exciting, harrowing, and smart.”- Lisa Unger, New York Times bestselling author of HEARTBROKEN

      “Hilary Davidson is a rising star in the mystery genre.”- South Florida Sun-Sentinel

       When travel writer Lily Moore joins a group of journalists in Acapulco, she expects sun, sand, and margaritas.  Instead, she finds herself at an opulent hotel that may be involved in shady business.  Another writer, Skye McDermott, asks Lily for help with an article about fraud and corruption in the hotel industry.  But Skye has her own ulterior motives for the story, including revenge on a lover who jilted her. 

      After Skye disappears, Lily suspects the worst, but the hotel’s staff refuses to contact the police.  Only after Lily tries to leave does she discover the truth: she has been maneuvered into the role of bait in a vicious plot, and she must summon all her strength to survive, confront the past she’s still running from, and save other lives. 

      “Hilary Davidson delivers the goods … an exotic, atmospheric setting, a rocket-paced plot, and a bright, engaging heroine in Lily Moore.  EVIL IN ALL ITS DISGUISES is a top-notch mystery … exciting, harrowing, and smart.”- Lisa Unger

      “Smoothly sinister characters and a creepy Poe-like atmosphere keep the pages turning.”- Publishers Weekly 

      “Lily Moore is one of the appealing ‘amateur’ sleuths I’ve encountered in years”- Laura Lippman 

      ISBN 978-0765333520

      Forge, March 5, 2013  (U.S. & Canada) 


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