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    Interesting and Compelling

    A story told through up to date details of a news reporter and a diary of someone she met and friended the year before. Who's the killer and is one of them to become a victim of the serial killer. A well told, interesting story, which gives an insight into the world of the alcoholic, with the results of both drinking and the hard found sobriety following it. I'm glad I read it.
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    A cracking read!

    I found this to be a cracking read. It's a very unusual storyline and an ending I didn't see coming. Alex is the functioning alcoholic protagonist who is a TV journalist embroiled in a murder mystery. She blunders through each day in a way I found frustrating, sympathetic and intriguing, all in equal measure. The writer is excellent at building suspense and I found it was one of those books that, even when I wasn't reading it, never really left me. I recommend this murder mystery, whodunnit, with a difference and wish the author much future success. Many thanks to net galley and Canelo for the opportunity to preview in exchange for this honest review.
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    I never lie

    Brilliant storyline about alcoholism and the effect it has , not only on the sufferer, but those close to them. The pressures of a career in journalism leaves the main character, Alex, in lots of situations due to her increasing alcohol addiction. The deaths of young women close to her place of residence is a double edged sword for the ballsy reporter. It can be the remaking of her career after an embarrassing drunken rant on tv or it may be more dangerous for her personally than she realises.
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