All the Best Lies
FBI agent Reed Markham is haunted by one painful unsolved mystery: who murdered his mother? Camilla was brutally stabbed to death more than forty years ago while baby Reed lay in his crib mere steps away. The trail went so cold that the Las Vegas Police Department has given up hope of ...more
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This is book three of an unputdownable series. Easily standing on its own, I would still suggest starting with book one The Vanishing Season to truly get the full scope of these complex characters.
FBI agent Reed Markham just un-covered something quite shocking. There may have been a great deal more to his upbringing and family life! Tracing his roots to Las Vegas, he’s discovered his actual birth mother, Camilla. Tragically she was murdered some time ago and Reed is now committed to bringing ...more
Thanks to Reading Insiders Club of Macmillan Publishers, as a lucky redhead cow I got my ARC COPY as you may see my know-it-all , cocky smile on my face:
Well, I proudly announce that I found another series to be addicted and hit my forehead several times not to discover them for too ...more
Peril awaits Markham and Hathaway in the City that Never Sleeps.
The day that FBI Agent Reed Markham asks suspended cop Ellery Hathaway for help, she of course, says yes. After all, he’s helped her on numerous occasions, and has even saved her life a few times.
Trying to find out who killed Markham’s birth mother, Camilla, forty (40) years earlier in the City of Las Vegas, sounds like an impossible task, but that was before Markham and Hathaway were assigned the case.
Trying to solve ...more
The main characters are FBI agent Reed Markham and a suspended police officer Ellery Hathaway. Reed decides to pursue a cold case; the unsolved murder of his birth mother. He enlists the help of Ellery and they head to Las Vegas, the site of the murder. I don’t want to say any more about the ...more
Who better to ...more
FBI agent Reed Markham's mother Camilla was stabbed to death years ago when Reed was a baby. The Las Vegas Police Department eventually gave up on solving the case and Reed has decided now is the time to find his mother's killer once and for ...more
FBI Agent Reed Markham and his love interest, officer Ellery Hathaway who joins him by providing him with moral support and a ...more
Former policewoman Ellery Hathaway (she's on leave) and FBI agent Reed Markham are at it again. Their partnership takes them on many trips, but this one is very personal to Markham. Over 40 years ago, his mother was murdered while he lay ...more
As an FBI agent his job is to track down the criminals as his job is now personal.
Who murdered his mother and why?
The case soon became cold until the web of lies began to slowly unravel.
With the truth coming to light about his adoptive father, his mother's past, and his family secrets; it all leaves a bitter taste in his mouth.
Sometimes family is not always thicker than blood and when the lies seem insurmountable Reed ...more
Thanks to NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press and the author Joanne Schaffhausen for an advanced digital review copy. This book will be published February 11, 2020.
The character development in this series is ...more
In All the Best Lies, FBI agent Reed Markham takes center stage as he tackles the 40-year-old cold case of his mother's ...more
I’ve enjoyed the two previous books in this series (The Vanishing Seasonand No Mercy), but I think this one is the best. The preliminaries are out of the way – we know the basic back story, we know the main characters, Ellery and Reed, and the author can focus on further development of the characters and the plot. There are references, of course, to their backgrounds, but I think this is definitely a series to ...more
Nothing to say but read the jacket cover for a description and read a fairly paced mystery and enjoy it. This is definitely the best book so far, but I enjoyed the other 2 books. Thank goodness Ellie ...more