The Resource Do you want to know a secret?
- Do you want to know a secret?
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- by Mary Jane Clark
- Women journalists -- Fiction
- trueNew York City
- trueWomen television newscasters and commentators
- Detective and mystery fiction
- trueThrillers and suspense
- trueSingle-parent families
- trueTelevision journalism
- trueMothers and daughters
- TV reporter Eliza Blake, a widow with a child, hunts for the killer of an anchorman in her New York station. The novel has details on the day-to-day coverage of television news, including probing the sex life of politicians
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- Read by Beth Fowler
- Series statement
- Key News mysteries
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