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  • A Well Polished Read!

    If your favoured reading material is a compelling tale with a good sprinkling of duplicity, manipulation, infidelity, obsession, anger, hatred, injustice, violence, and murder, then feel free to read Paula Daly’s latest offering - Clear My Name. The novel was told from the perspectives of Tess and Carrie. Tess Gilroy, lead investigator for Innocence UK, heads back to her home-town of Morecambe, England where she finds herself investigating the possible wrongful conviction of Carrie Kamara in the killing of her husband’s mistress but also having to confront her own past that’s scattered with secrets and heartbreak. I was drawn into this novel by Paula Daly’s clever writing and I was never bored but instead, was lured deeper and deeper into this really engrossing tale.The author managed to turn whatever I was thinking completely upside down as I tried to work out whether or not Carrie was being truthful. Well polished and with some superb twisty moments, I really didn’t know where the story would end up and the solution, when it came, was terrific and hugely satisfying. Clear My Name is a book that is certainly well worth reading. I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel, at my own request, from Grove Atlantic via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Innocent?

    I enjoy crime books and I loved the unusual aspect of this, Tess is part of a team at Innocence UK which seems to overturn verdicts when seemingly innocent people have been convicted on crimes. They take on the case of Carrie, a woman convicted of murdering her husbands lover. Tess is not overly likely but I found her very intriguing and her backstory offered great insight into her however they didn’t necessarily add to the overall story. Carrie is complex, she’s a fiercely protective mother to her only child Mia even if it’s at the expense of her own happiness. There’s clearly more to Carrie than meets the eye but it was hard to work out whether she was guilty or innocent, I loved the way the story panned out though as it offered an amazing twist. Overall this is a fairly easy to read book but with enough pace to keep you turning the pages.

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  • Very well written

    Loved this book, the author painted an excellent picture of the story, the ending was a complete surprise.

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