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TWERK by Isobel Blackthorn
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plunged into the depraved world of a psychopath. But is she the only
target of his twisted desires?
Billy, dies having a lap dance. Paramedic, Dwight Creen, is in
attendance. Filled with lust beneath his gaze, Amber follows him out
to his truck. She’s anticipating sizzling romance but her encounter
soon descends into a terrifying and twisted nightmare from which she
a fly-in-fly-out stripper paying her way through law school. She’s
also Amber’s best friend. Where is Amber?
What about Billy? Was it an accident? Suicide? Or murder? Finding
neither the police nor the club are taking an interest, she conducts
her own inquiries. Meanwhile, she’s the victim of a social-media
hate campaign and an ex-boyfriend is sending her death threats. Only,
she is sure it isn’t him.
point her every which way and everyone is a suspect. She’s desperate
for the truth about Billy but the person she most needs to speak to
is Amber, who has not shown up for her shift.
Twerk exposes the working lives of Las Vegas strippers beyond the
glamor – the challenges, the rewards, and the risks.
across a range of genres, including dark psychological thrillers,
gripping mysteries, captivating travel fiction and hilarious dark satire.
the texts of Theosophist Alice A. Bailey. Her engagement with Alice
Bailey’s esoteric theories and practices has culminated in a
forthcoming work of biographical fiction, in which Isobel explores
the life of the mysterious occultist for too long shunted into the
margins of history.
home. Many of her novels are set on the islands, including The Drago
Tree, which was released in 2015 and is now in Spanish translation.
These novels are setting rich and fall into the genre of travel
fiction, and the novels are as much stories about the islands
themselves as they are straight-ahead entertainment.
her experiences, the highs and lows, and the dramas. Some of her
writing is dark, like the psychological thriller, Twerk, which is
based on six years of research and first-hand accounts of dancers
working in what are euphemistically called gentlemen’s clubs.
protested and leant her weight to a range of issues including family
violence. A Londoner originally, Isobel currently lives near
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