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IT WAS BLOODY BRILLIANT!! A police procedural like no other, it gave me the entire world of the cops and the victims and their loved ones. Every detail added to the complexity of the story where I was right in the center of it.

Kenny and Graham were childhood friends with a secret between them that bonded them for life. Their wives Carla and Lorraine too were best of friends who did everything together and were killed together. Cops were called with Tom and Holly leading the team.

My first book by this author, and believe me, I was blown away. Starting slow, it laid out the foundation of the characters and the murders. Then it built up its pace and momentum, and a twist every few pages changed the way I looked at the characters.

The author was a complete storyteller; I couldn’t even begin to write how much I loved reading this. Every single subplot was weaved in seamlessly. The entire experience made me awestruck at the sheer talent that the author had.

There story rose on crescendo as the pages turned, each reveal called to me and poured a shot of adrenaline in my veins. I left everything just to get to the end of the story. Absolutely banging and totally unexpected.

I loved the book!!

I received a free ARC from the publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.

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Would you risk everything?
Carla Andrews and Lorraine West are work colleagues and best friends. They socialise together, they work in the same bookmakers and they support each other as only best friends can.

Then they are murdered together.

When DI Tom Fowler is handed the case, he discovers a journal that Carla has left and must unpick the secrets Lorraine has kept hidden.

Soon Carla’s and Lorraine’s husbands become the main suspects. It’s usually the spouse who is responsible, isn’t it?

The investigation progresses until Isaac West, Lorraine’s sixteen-year-old son, disappears.

Will the truth ever emerge?

Will Isaac ever be found?

And is knowing the truth always worth the sacrifice?

Publication Date: May 2020

18 Responses

  1. This sounds really good, great review Shalini. I don’t often find books with my name in them, let alone one of the main characters or victims.

    1. Oh We do… We sure do. Though I am off serial killers as I felt the virus was like a ginormous serial killer
      What are you reading, Gin?

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