Hello and welcome to Tuesday. I hope everyone is having a great week so far. This is my first review of the year. And I must say this author has out done herself with this one.
And on to my review of:
A trail of secrets. A dangerous discovery. A deadly turn.
Police officer Sebastian Clifford never planned on becoming a private investigator. But when a scandal leads to the disbandment of his London based special squad, he finds himself out of a job. That is, until his cousin calls on him to investigate her husband’s high-profile death, and prove that it wasn’t a suicide.
Clifford’s reluctant to get involved, but the more he digs, the more evidence he finds. With his ability to remember everything he’s ever seen, he’s the perfect person to untangle the layers of deceit.
He meets Detective Constable Bird, an underutilised detective at Market Harborough’s police force, who refuses to give him access to the records he’s requested unless he allows her to help with the investigation. Clifford isn’t thrilled. The last time he worked as part of a team it ended his career.
But with time running out, Clifford is out of options. Together they must wade through the web of lies in the hope that they’ll find the truth before it kills them.
I read my first Sally Rigby book, after joining a Facebook Book Club. I have read all of her books. When I seen this on my kindle, I knew I had to read this one. And I was right what an awesome read.
It took me no time at all to get into ‘Web Of Lies’. The cover of a new book was enough to grab my attention and the story within the book’s covers just sealed the deal as it were. As soon as I started to read the story, I knew that I would not be able to put this book down.
Web of lies is well written and the characters, seem so real and I wanted to continue reading to find out if Sarah was right about the death of her husband.
I highly recommend this book and I am giving it 5 stars. I can’t wait for the second on in this series to come out in July.
Have you read it, what were your thoughts?