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    Secretive, pacey, and compulsive!

    I’ll Never Tell is a riveting, intricately woven, character-driven whodunit that takes us to the rugged wilderness of Camp Macaw and into the lives of the MacAllister family where tensions are high, fingers are being pointed, and a twenty-year-old tragedy will finally be solved. The writing is seamless and precise. The characterization is spot on with a cast of characters that are secretive, driven, selfish and flawed. And the plot, told from differing points-of-view, keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish as it whips you through well-timed twists, unforeseen surprises, deception, abuse, guilt, jealousy, violence, and murder. Once again, I’ll Never Tell has proven that when it comes to writing exceptionally clever, deftly plotted, fast-paced, domestic thrillers with exquisite character development and deliciously sinister storylines McKenzie is definitely one of the best.
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    Not a satisfying read

    I enjoyed this book until about half way through when it got tedious. What a dysfunctional family! No one likeable in entire book. Too much finger pointing and red herrings being tossed about. I think author was trying for Agatha Christie twists but didnt succeed. Ending was a disappointment after the build up from rest of book.
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    Outstanding intrigue!

    I couldn't put this book down. Also a grad of McGill and a student in the Eastern Townships, Quebec, I originally picked this book up so hear mention of some my childhood haunts. Little did I know this would completely captivate me in an amazing 'who dunnit'! I stayed up til 5:30 am reading this book - something I never pulled at McGill!
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    I'll Never Tell

    Excellent writing. A real "who done it" read for Book Club. Surprise ending; I suspected everyone but the real perp.
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    I’ll never tell

    Thoroughly engrossing I got so wrapped up in the story that I just had to read it to finish it over a couple of days rather than read it more slowly. The dark side of family relationships is really show here. Family is not always what one would hope even in a setting like an annual summer camp
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