Synopses & Reviews
Police officer Cressida Farleigh is called in to investigate a mysterious art fraud at a gallery specialising in modern erotic works. The gallery's owner is under suspicion, but is also a charming and powerfully attractive man who throws the young woman's powers of detection into confusion.
Her long time detective boyfriend is soon getting jealous, but Cressida is also in the process of seducing a young artist of erotic images. As she finds herself drawn into a web of power games and personal discovery, the crimes continue and the case becomes ever more complex.
Black Lace is the brand name of Virgin Publishing's highly successful imprint of erotic fiction written by women for women. With over two million copies of the books sold, the Black Lace series is the undisputed market leader in this new, exciting mass market fiction genre. The imprint has enjoyed continuous media attention since its launch in summer 1993. The books look good, are designed to appeal to the female readership, and are unashamedly explicit. Erotic writing by women for women is definitely going to stay on the publishing agenda for the 90s and beyond.
Policewoman Cressida Farleigh participates in an undercover investigation of a series of art frauds. She encounters an artist specialising in erotic art which reveals to her the truth about her innermost desires.
About the Author
Fredrica Alleyn is the pseudonym of an author who writes crime and horror fiction. Her other titles include Cassandra's Chateau, Cassandra's Conflict, and Dark Obsession.