Liar Liar, M.J. Arlidge

Liar Liar opening line: Luke scrambled through the open window and onto the narrow ledge outside.

Liar Liar

My Blurb:

Detective Inspector Helen Grace has not one, not two, but three fires to contend with and three injured people. There is no distinct connection between the fires and to make matters worse the whole situation repeats itself the following night. But this time someone dies. The following night is then another fiery one and one more person dies. Helen and her team can find nothing to tie the fires together. Some are commercial properties, and the houses are all in different socio-economic areas. The most obvious suspect is a firefighter but if he didn’t start them who did? And while trying to solve these horrific crimes with more people dying, Helen has personal issues to deal with. Her lifestyle choices could signal the end of her career and her new boss is taking what seems to be an unhealthy interest in her.

Liar Liar

In the dead of night, three raging fires light up the city skies.  It’s more than a tragic coincidence.  For DI Helen Grace the flames announce the arrival of an evil she has never encountered before.

Because this is no firestarter seeking sick thrills, but something more chilling:  a series of careful, calculating acts of murder.

But why were the victims chosen?  What’s driving the killer?  And who will be next?

A powder keg of fear, suspicion and dread has been laid. Now all it needs is a spark to set it off…

My verdict:

I’m always thrilled to read a DI Grace novel and this one did not disappoint.

Publishing information:
ISBN 9781405919210
Format Paperback
Published October 2015

Penguin Random House South Africa sent me this novel to review.

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11 thoughts on “Liar Liar, M.J. Arlidge

  1. Haven’t read any of these yet. I love these kinds of books. I just need to chill out with the crime at the moment. Studying criminal law where I have to read horrible cases all the time 🙂

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