The shockingly audacious conclusion to the international bestselling phenomenon that began with Maestra . If you can´t beat them - kill them First there was Maestra . Then there was Domina . Now - there is Ultima . Glamorous international art-dealer Elizabeth Teerlinc knows a thing or two about fakes. After all, she is one herself. Her real identity, Judith Rashleigh, is buried under a layer of lies. Not to mention the corpses of the men foolish enough to get in her way. But now, caught in the murderous crossfire between a Russian Mafia boss and a corrupt Italian police detective, Judith is forced to create an even more daring work of art - a fake masterpiece she must take to the world-famous auction house where she used to be a lowly assistant and sell for $150 million. For Judith the prospect of putting one over her loathsome former employer and the world´s art establishment is almost as thrilling as the extreme sex she´s addicted to - especially when the price of failure is a bullet in the back of the head. But exposing her new identity to the glare of the spotlight puts her at risk of an even greater danger. Like a beautiful painting stripped of its layers of varnish, something altogether different could be revealed. A truth about her past even Judith might find shocking. Praise for the Maestra series ´Like a ritzy 50 Shades meets The Da Vinci Code . . . ´ INDEPENDENT ´Funny and clever, entertaining and well written´ THE TIMES ´A rip-roaring read´ DAILY MAIL ´ Fantastically good fun . . . L.S. Hilton can write´ THE SUNDAY TIMES ´Brimming with scandal, intrigue and mystery ´ HEAT ´Deliciously decadent . . . a glamorous and racy adventure´ SUNDAY MIRROR ´ Patricia Highsmith crossed with Gone Girl ´ HARPERS BAZAAR ´Smart, pacy and very rude´ GLAMOUR ´A gloriously dark thriller´ GRAZIA ´A whirlwind thriller´ COSMOPOLITAN ´At least two jaw-on-the-floor moments and sex scenes that would make Christian Grey blush ´ RED MAGAZINE
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