Tell No Lies Opening line: The ridiculous thread count made the new sheets feel like warm butter, which is why Daniel had been luxuriating in them since the faux church bells of his alarm had chimed five minutes earlier.
Tell No Lies is a well written book that had me gripped from the start. It shows that money can buy anything! Daniel meets Theresa Dooley, a police officer, when he finds himself in the middle of a plot to commit several murders. My first pause for thought came on page 190 When Molly Clarke is introduced as a haemophiliac. I was unaware until reading this book that women can suffer from haemophilia. My second pause for thought was how bumbling police work resulted in more murders being committed. And whereas this is the crux of a murder mystery I wonder if it could have been presented another way?
This is an author I will look out for in future as he has a great way with words.
in the United States of America by St. Martin’s Press 2013
ISBN number 978-0-718-17803-1
Paperback – 371 pages
Disclaimer: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Books South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.
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