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  • Scary tale

    This was a seriously scary book. Because I felt it was probably so near the truth even more so. It is peopled by real, rounded characters. It explores a world I thankfully have no knowledge of which I found both horrific and unfortunately believable. There are enough light moments to lift it along the way. I really enjoyed this crime story, was held by it from beginning to end. Ok, chocolate and coffee helped it along but I couldn't put it down.

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  • A Fantastic thriller

    This is a follow up to Perfect Lie and although this can be read as a standalone book you may want to read that first to avoid spoilers in this book as it catches up with Jen Garner and Detective Inspector Chris Jackson’s life. The plot of this book is based around a child whose Mother Dana has been murdered and he has been found wandering the streets of Nottingham asking for Lisa Carter (Jen’s previous undercover name). The book leads you through the investigation when Mikel goes missing and once again Jen needs to get involved because the boy has asked for her so there must be a link from her previous undercover work. I enjoy the way this book takes you through different characters points of view and focuses not only on the investigation but the effect this has on their private lives. The book is gripping and heart breaking in equal measure but is a fantastic read that I would highly recommend. Thank you to Choc-Lit for the opportunity to read and review this book in exchange for an honest review, which is completely my own

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  • A Gripping Thriller

    Claire Sheldon’s second novel takes Lisa Carter/Jen Garner back into the world of undercover police work. Her characters are always believable, her plots fast-paced. Claire is a very talented storyteller and this is a gripping book with plenty of tension, twists and turns to keep you hooked from page one. I didn’t want to put it down. And having got to the end, now I can’t wait to read book three in the series. Thank you Claire for another great read.

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  • Exciting Thriller

    This is a well-crafted thriller that was difficult to put down. Very action-packed with a strong female lead. Gritty and worth the read!

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  • Hard to put down!

    I like the Lisa Carter Files books very much. Interesting characters and suspenseful stories. The one thing that irks me is that they don't seem to be proofread, but rather spell checked. In a few places there is a wrong word, tho spelled correctly. When I encounter one it throws off the rhythm. I have encountered a few author books that this happens, not just Claire's. Besides that I would still recommend the first and second books of the series to my friends, and look forward to a third.

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