Wollie Shelley isn't happy about taking the job as a "social coach" at MediaRex, but the FBI makes her an offer she can't refuse. If she agrees to infiltrate the company, they'll guarantee that her schizophrenic brother will have a home at the federally subsidized halfway house he's come to love. So Wollie launches into teaching three foreign celebrities how to cope with the customs of Beverly Hills, improve their English, and become Oprah-ready. But when a coyote-chewed corpse appears in the MediaRex compound, Wollie realizes that her colleagues are concealing some serious secrets of their own.
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by Harley Jane Kozak
by Tracy Clark
by Joanne Fluke
by Susan C. Shea
by Helene Tursten
by Marcia Muller
by Chris Knopf
by Kay Hooper
"This page-turner of a mystery, narrated by Deanna Hurst, will keep listeners enthralled. Wollie Shelley takes a job as a "social coach" for MediaRex because the FBI will guarantee her that her schizophrenic brother has a place in a federally subsidized halfway house if she infiltrates the company. The company's owner, Yuri Milos, has connections to Eastern European politicians and mobsters, and soon danger engulfs Wollie. Hurst's understated narration deftly moves between genders, international accents, ages, and voices, making all the characters personable and realistic. Hurst adds realism to Wollie's fascinating soap opera of a life as she faces each dangerous situation and deadly scenario. S.C.A. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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