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    Thriller Lovers Must Read

    Wow! That took me on a wild ride. I had a hard time starting it because it threw a lot of character names at me at the beginning. I ended up starting over and wrote all the characters down as they came up. I am sos glad that I took the time to do that because the book was amazing. It is well written and well thought out. I could not put it down and finished it in a few hours. I had no idea who the killer was. I really could have been anyone. I would highly recommend this book is you like thrillers.
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    TELL THE TRUTH - good title. Made me think from beginning to end about who was lying and who wasn't.

    Thanks for writing this book. I have just had my 1st mystery novel published called NOT ANOTHER WORD! Your great book has inspired me , and because of the suspenseful nature of your story, I am encouraged. Great book, excellent writing. I couldn't put it down.
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    Beware of Social Media

    Tell the Truth - Amanda Brittany I have to admit that this book was a bit of a struggle to get into but on saying that I definitely didn’t hate it and I will say that it won’t be the last from this author. I found it to be a little all over for me, things didn’t seem to slot naturally for me. What I did like was the well thought approach to some rather sensitive issues. We travel between the nineteen eighties and the present. From the first page we have the voice of the killer and we spend the rest of the book try to figure out who it is, let me tell you its not who you think it is. Following a difficult break up Rachel is now a single parent of a four year old child, Rachel who works as a psychotherapist has a happy but fragmented memory of her childhood and the time she had with her mother. The only other blight in her life if that sadly her mother suffers from Alzheimer’s and is in a nursing home being cared for. One day she begins to get FB friend requests from people she doesn’t know their profiles show that they have literally no friends. Then comes the messages and then the phone call while she’s doing s slot on live television knocks her for six. Things gather pace and the book comes to a decent ending and I have to be honest and admit that I got it wrong which pleased me. Read for an honest review. Thank you Netgalley and HQ Digital Publisher
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    Compelling

    If the past could explain the present, then the dark secrets lurking in Rachel’s childhood would explain the chilling flashbacks she’s been getting, and creepy friend-requests on social media. The only person who knows the truth is her mother, currently residing in a care home, suffering from early-onset dementia. Some days she knows her daughter, some days she doesn’t, and some days she lets slip little clues to what that truth might tell. Rachel’s modern-day story alternates with her mother’s younger years in Ireland, and as the two come together the shocking reality is slowly revealed. This story had me hooked. Brittany’s characters are believable and likeable, and I very much wanted them to prevail. She also writes a compelling plot, which left me doubting everything I thought I’d worked out, over and over again.
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