The Devil’s Work


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The Devil’s Work: Mark Edwards

Sometimes people bide their time before taking action against someone what might have wronged them in the past. Sometimes these actions are justified and others not. But, when Sophie Greenwood decides to take the job of a lifetime at Jackdaw publishing as the head or marketing, little does she know that her life will now be turned into an episode of the Twilight Zone or an Alfred Hitchcock movie. While her husband works as a freelance writer from home taking care of their four year old daughter, Daisy, Sophie is entering a new world and is about to meet those that would make up her team. But, appearances are deceiving, motives for hiring deceptive and although she thinks that she will be able to make her mark working for Simon her boss and Franklin Bird an unusually odd man who seems controlling and more like…

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