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Publisher's Summary

Canadian-born Tara Moss has stepped off the international catwalks to become an award-winning and bestselling crime writer. Sexier than a Versace fashion show, and riskier than all seven deadly sins, Split will set your pulse racing.

Makedde Vanderwall is a woman with a past. She is beautiful, street-smart, and single, a model paying her way through a degree in forensic psychology. But behind the wit and winning smile is a woman haunted by violent nightmares and plagued by thoughts of Detective Andy Flynn, the ex-lover who saved her from a serial killer in Sydney. Mak has returned to university in Vancouver, and finds a city gripped by fear, and a campus where the students are fair game.

©2002 Tara Moss (P)2002 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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"[Tara Moss] is savvy, articulate and...a darn good writer." (Vancouver Province)

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  • Krystine
  • 19-06-06

Not so great.

Maybe I expected too much. I was disapointed with the story line and really disliked the narrator. The main chartacter was hard for me to get to know and the vicitms of the serial killer where not realistic. The good news is that is is only 7 hours long.

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  • Cindie Staziker
  • 28-06-18

awesome, great story.

Tara reads it well started off slow, but then got right into it. can't wait to read the next one

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  • Ana Behrendt
  • 25-05-20

Great story but the reading was average

I usually like to finish a series through and through but I just don't enjoy the reading, even though it was the actual author reading the book. Kate would've been better off leaving the reading to someone else.

The storyline was quite good though, maybe I'll try one of the books later.