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Mad Men, Bad Girls (Scout Davis #1)

by Maggie Groff

When an American cult moves to the Gold Coast, Scout’s investigative antennae start quivering. She sets out to expose the cult’s bizarre practices, but when she learns the identity of a recent recruit, her quest becomes personal. And dangerous.

Meanwhile, her sister Harper, Head of Sport at a posh school, needs a favour regarding a strange case of vandalism.

But Scout has her own secret. In the dead of night she sneaks out with the Guerilla Knitters Institute, an underground group of yarn bombers, to decorate Byron Bay with radical artworks. Scout suspects that the local police sergeant, Rafe Kelly, is hot on her tail. And she doesn’t mind that one bit…


01 July, 2013

About Maggie Groff

Maggie Groff lives in northern New South Wales with her husband. She is the bestselling author of two non-fiction books, Mothers Behaving Badly and Hoax Cuisine and has worked as a columnist for Sunday Life magazine in The Sun Herald. Her debut novel, Mad Men, Bad Girls, was nominated for a Ned Kelly Award.

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