Happy Friday! As the week draws to a close, so too does NEW YORK FASHION WEEK!

It’s only apt to celebrate Linda Fairstein’s Killer Look, a captivating tale of murder on the catwalk – you might guess that there’s nothing pretty about it; it’s a cutthroat world if you’re trying to make it in the industry.

Detective Alex Cooper’s got more on her mind than look-books; she’s got to get to the bottom of a case where style’s turned ugly…

New York City is one of the fashion capitals of the world, well-known for its glamour and style. Yet high fashion means high stakes, as Alex Cooper quickly discovers when businessman and designer Wolf Savage is found dead in an apparent suicide, days before the biggest show of his career. When Savage’s daughter insists his death was murder, the case becomes more than a media sensation.

With her own job at the DA’s Office in jeopardy, and spiralling into a reliance on alcohol, Alex is not anyone’s first choice for help. But she is determined to uncover the grime – and the possible homicide – beneath the glitz. Soon she and police detectives Mike Chapman and Mercer Wallace are investigating the family secrets Savage kept so well hidden, even from those closest to him – just as things are about to get deadly on the catwalk.

Killer Look is out now in paperback – click here to buy.


‘If it is authenticity you demand, Linda Fairstein has got it in spades… She delivers the other ingredients, too: engaging characters, an intelligent story full of twists and terrific tension’





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