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Led by Lies by Marguerite Ashton
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Oct 04, 2014

really liked it
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Read 2 times. Last read September 28, 2014.

Good Suspense…and unpredictable

Lily is a homicide detective. Her first case as lead investigator is a double homicide that has too many similarities to her sister’s murder. She feels tremendous pressure to get this one right, especially because of the connection to her sister. Her father, also a homicide detective, was killed not long ago and her sister’s case has become cold. Lily’s instincts tell her, if she can find the killer, she will not only solve her current case but she can get justice for her sister as well. As Lily tries to untangle the evidence and track a predator she soon realizes everyone is lying; even those people closest to her.

This book is a murder mystery. The plot is well structured and the story moves along smoothly. The characters were believable and flawed in their own realistic way. There were enough surprises to keep a reader interested until the end. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good murder mystery.

Melanie P. Smith

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