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Summary

Alexandra Weston has been telling lies for the last 25 years

Those closest to her think they know her, but they don't. No one does. When Alexandra is found brutally murdered on the last stop of her book tour, fellow colleague Joss Jax steps in to investigate. 

Joss's search reveals disturbing details from Alexandra's past, including secrets buried within the pages of her books, and a list of enemies ready to talk about the real Alexandra Weston. Just when Joss believes she's solved the mystery, an unexpected twist rises to the surface, a twist so deadly it changes everyone's lives forever. 

If you enjoy books by Sue Grafton and Mary Higgins Clark, you'll enjoy Cheryl Bradshaw.

©2019 Cheryl Bradshaw (P)2019 Cheryl Bradshaw

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  • B.Shoe
  • 03-07-20

Really Great!

I really enjoyed this murder mystery. The main character, Joss, is someone that you want to sit down and have a chat with! Twists and turns kept me guessing!

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 02-07-20

Great Story & Narration

Great narration by Hildebrandt, a clear, even tone, that I enjoyed listening to. The authors books never disappoint her readers. The plot, one can’t imagine the lies over the years she has told to pre ent a past that was not know till a murder.
What lead her to do this, and did readers every glimpse that she may have revealed something of herself in her books. An unusual plot that held one to the end. Good story and narration. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion