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The Lies We Tell

Series: PI Madison Attalee, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 22 mins
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Summary

Miriam Jackson is a famous radio presenter. Married to a successful film director, she has created the perfect life for herself. 

Then her daughter goes missing. 

Miriam is desperate to find her before her husband finds out and her perfect life crumbles around her. So she calls the only person who can help: private investigator Madison Attallee, who has just solved the biggest case of her career. 

Can Madison find Miriam's daughter? And will Miriam share the truth about her past?

©2019 Niki Mackay (P)2019 Orion Publishing Group Ltd

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Great Story

Niki Mackay’s books are absolutely fantastic. I’m Jst getting ready to purchase her 3rd book. Can’t wait

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brilliant and gripping

I loved this book, I was gripped from the beginning. I believed all the characters and just couldn't wait to get back to it when I had to put it down. I loved all the twist and turns. kept me on the edge of my seat. I would really recommend this book.

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Dark and twisty turny. :)

Vary dark story matter, but brilliantly handled. Some twists and turns along the way, with an amazing lead character.

Most broken characters are on a mission to self destruct, but madison is on a mission to redemption. To make things better. For herself and the world. I, Witness is equally great.