The Assistant by Cathryn Grant
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Two women. One office. A fight to the death.
Laura has sacrificed a lot for her high-powered career – her marriage, the chance to have kids. Now, finally, she’s in line for a big jump up the corporate ladder – all the way to the boardroom.
But there’s a fly in the ointment in the shape of beautiful Vanessa, a lowly assistant who seems to have it in for Laura.
Vanessa is PA to Hank, the most powerful executive in the company, a man whose support Laura desperately needs if she is to secure the job of her dreams. Repelled by Laura’s naked ambition, fiercely possessive of her boss, Vanessa deliberately sabotages Laura’s every attempt to make a good impression on Hank.
Laura threatens and cajoles but Vanessa just won’t play fair. Soon their mutual dislike escalates to an all-out war.
But career-obsessed Laura has always been willing to do whatever it takes to get ahead. And if Vanessa stands in her way… she’s going to pay the ultimate price.
The stunning psychological thriller from the author of The Guest.
About Cathryn Grant:
Cathryn Grant writes psychological thrillers, psychological suspense, and ghost stories. She’s the author of twenty-three novels. She’s loved crime fiction all her life and is endlessly fascinated by the twists and turns, and the dark corners of the human mind.
When she’s not writing, Cathryn reads fiction, eavesdrops, and tries to play golf without hitting her ball into the sand or the water. She lives on the Central California coast with her husband and two cats.
Cathryn is the author of The Guest, The Good Mother and other psychological thrillers. THE ASSISTANT will be her fourth novel published with Inkubator Books.
Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cathryn-Grant/e/B004G1I484
Published by Inkubator Books on 27th September 2020
My Review of The Assistant
The Assistant by Cathryn Grant was a different book to what I normally read within the crime genre, and I haven’t read any of Cathryn’s previous books, but after reading The Assistant, I will be checking more out.
It had me gripped from the start, I found it to be well written with characters that you really do love to hate and end up tutting or growling at them.
Thank you to Damppebbles, Inkubator Books and Cathryn for allowing me to be part of this amazing book tour.