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TRUST NO ONE CLARE DONOGHUE

June 3, 2016

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TRUST NO ONE CLARE DONOGHUE

HE NEVER SAW IT COMING. SHE ALWAYS KNEW IT WOULD.

You probably think I’m scared, don’t you? You might even think I won’t have what it takes  to do it when the time comes, but you could not be more wrong. I always stand by my word. Always. I don’t make decisions without thinking. If I say something I mean it. I will do it, and no one can stop me.

Marriage is complicated. It doesn’t always work out. Sometimes there are things you discover about yourself and each other which mean the marriage has to end. Sad, particularly when kids are involved – but all pretty normal.
Normal that is, until there’s a murder.
DS Jane Bennett and DI Mike Lockyer are called in to investigate one of South London’s most difficult and distressing cases yet – where family and friends come under scrutiny in the hardest of circumstances.
MY REVIEW
The police are investigating one of the most difficult and distressing cases. There is a mystery of why Richard Taylor is found dead in his bed. While Harvey and Olive his children were staying in their father’s house by the morning they found their father dead in his bed. When they are questioned by the police their version of the event were different. Does this mean they are covering up something? Or will they be suspects? Nicola Brown the wife said to her ex husband you’ll end up dead. Did Nicola kill her ex husband? To add to the murder investigation Ds Jane Bennett finds out that Nicola and Richard marriage ended is because Nicola found out something about Richard. The police question Richard’s and Nicola’s friends too.  A great police story with you will never guess who killed Richard Taylor. 

Published by panmacmillan

 

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