BOOK REVIEW: False Truth
by C.D. Steele
ABOUT THE BOOK (from Amazon):
The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth…
Private Investigator and former MI6 agent Joe Wilde is hired by Sally Devlin to investigate her son’s disappearance. Liam Devlin was a rising football star. His car was found abandoned at Lea Bridge in Hackney, a known suicide spot, six weeks prior.
With help from friend and retired MI6 Data Technician Mark Thompson, Joe uncovers a huge secret in Liam’s life. Putting the pieces together, he starts to suspect that this case is far more complex than he originally envisioned. Falling ever-deeper into his own investigations, Joe meets with the detective in charge of the case, D. I. Carl Whatmore, who does not take kindly to Joe getting involved.
As Joe and D. I. Whatmore go head-to-head in their own investigations, more lives are put in danger. But who will crack the case? Only time will tell…
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I was a given a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Here it is…
False Truth is a quick read and a fun story. It’s action-packed and full of twists so it kept me interested all the way through.
My only tip for the author would have been to let the story unfold on its own (through the story) rather than having the characters end up telling us what happened. They put the pieces of the puzzle together for us, which is fine, but it would have added some suspense by having the story unravel itself instead.
Overall, though, it was a good book!