TELL NO LIES

TELL NO LIES                                            TANYA ANNE CROSBY
Posted:  April 10, 2014

Tell No Lies "Crosby serves up suspense, secrets and Southern scandal like no one else!" -Harlan Coben, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author

New York Times bestselling author Tanya Anne Crosby returns to the teeming marshes and crumbling plantations of Charleston, where a gruesome murder and kidnapping reawaken fears of a serial killer on the loose. . .

Augusta Aldridge believes in Ian Patterson's innocence, even after he was arrested for killing two young women and mutilating their corpses. Because she was with him the night one of the crimes occurred, hidden in the shadows beneath a beachside pier, locked in a wild, unthinking embrace with the man whose dangerous fascination may have fatally lured the other victims. Now that another body has been found, the police suspect a copycat killer, but Augusta is sure they have the wrong man behind bars. She's going to risk her reputation, and her life, to prove it. . .

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
This is a good story because there are many different story lines going on. First is murder and after another body turns up the local police arrest Ian Patterson. Everyone in town believes he is guilty except for Augusta Aldridge. She does come forward with any information but does bail him out. She is one of three sisters who have been made to come home because of the will of her mothers. They each have a year to do a task and then they would inherit the money, over 300 million dollars. Her task is to fix the family home that she ran away from. After she bails out Ian most people turn on her except for her sisters and then that leads to a whole other set of problems for the police and for Augusta who decides to investigate what is going in when they put Ian back in jail once again. Like I said there are many story lines in this book but by the time you get to the end there are so many mysteries that get solved that even I was surprised by the ending and who the killer actually was and how many people had been killed for so long and who had helped. This was a fantastic who done it and I was fascinated by the way she was able to make the story work the way it did. Very believable. A great read. I got this book from net galley.

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