3.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Dec 15th, 1993 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
A new novel by Evelyn Anthony is always a major event. Exposure is a superbly crafted romantic thriller featuring Julia Hamilton, a high-profile journalist in London. When press baron Lord Western offers her a plum job with his flagship newspaper, Julia cannot refuse. She is to write an investigative column, "Exposure," with the aim of rooting out corruption and malpractice without fear or favor. Her first target is to be Western's enemy and rival, the media tycoon Harold King. Keen to meet her new challenge, Julia recruits her former editor, Ben Harris - a difficult, embittered man who is attracted to Julia in spite of himself - to travel with her to Germany to uncover the details of King's past. Little knowing that King is determined to stop her, Julia begins to uncover secrets that have laid buried for almost fifty years, hidden not only by King, but by Western, who proves to be far from an innocent victim of King's hostile takeover bid. With its thrilling suspense, white-knuckle tension, clever plotting, and good old-fashioned romance, Exposure proves that Evelyn Anthony is a masterful storyteller at the top of her form - truly the queen of British thriller writers.

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