Eden by Dorothy Johnston

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Eden by Dorothy Johnston

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Eden Carmichael, a politician, is found dead in a brothel on a hot afternoon. Sandra Mahoney mulls over a demeaning photograph showing Carmichael in a dress and blonde wig. When a lobby group asks her to investigate a company producing filters for the internet, Mahoney is surprised to discover a trail that others have ignored. Eden shows Mahoney and her creator, Dorothy Johnston, at their most assured and accomplished yet.

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'If you combined the two strands of Ruth Rendell and her alter writing ego, Barbara Vine, you'd come close to Dorothy Johnston's talent.' - Ken Bruen, author of The Guards

Dorothy Johnston's first two Sandra Mahoney novels, The Trojan Dog and The White Tower (Wakefield Press) have been published in the USA by St Martin's Press. Her novels The House at Number 10 and One for the Master, which was shortlisted for a Miles Franklin award, are also published by Wakefield Press.