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Stalker, Stalker: At Any Cost

Therese Sullivan

Adam Sullivan's new secretary, Eliza, seems vaguely familiar and somewhat cold, calculating and altogether unsettling.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-376-7
Published : 28/03/2019
Pages : 230
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Therese Sullivan

Born on the west coast of mainland New Zealand, moved to Canterbury on the east coast, where I was raised. Immigrated to Australia. Living in Queensland for many years.

Events at work caused me to develop PTSD. I was forced to retire due to ill health. I was led to writing by my beautiful therapist and discovered a hitherto untapped talent. What started as therapy became a passion.

I am married to an exceptional man, Brian, have three grown children and a beautiful grandchild.

Brian and I recently relocated to Victoria where we enjoy a quiet life.

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Adam Sullivan's new secretary, Eliza, seems vaguely familiar and somewhat cold, calculating and altogether unsettling. Despite her efficiency, he cannot warm to her and her friendly texts don't endear her to him or his wife, Lucy.

Eliza behaves from the start as though she were Adam's girlfriend, joining him for lunch, leaving notes in his pockets and ignoring his crystal-clear rebuffs. His colleagues can't see a problem: after all, they wouldn't mind her fancying them! Having Eliza moved to another office doesn't work, she believes it's because he can't hide his feelings for her.

Faced with such immovable stubbornness, Adam's world starts to fall apart around him. Eliza's promise to ‘fix things' so they can be together terrifies him.

When a colleague, Kim, introduces him to Shamash, an agency specialising in dealing with stalkers, their findings show how truly dangerous Eliza is when things don't go her way.

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