12 April 2011

Book - City of Lies

So I have decided to go back to crime/thrillers this week.
I saw this book on the shelf and thought – it could be good – boy was I right…..
Could not stop listening to this audio book. Lots of twists and turns and intertwining stories.
I even listened to it at home one night while Brett was working late …. Ooohhhh scary (usually I listen while I am driving)!
Worth a look!

The new fast-paced thriller from rising star Alafair Burke, where no-one in Manhattan is safe. And no-one is innocent. In New York City nights are dangerous. Days are numbered.
When New York University student Megan Gunther is murdered in a vicious attack after receiving threats posted on a campus website, NYPD Detective Ellie Hatcher is convinced there is a link.
With straight-talking partner J. J. Rogan at her side, Ellie tries to identify Megan's enemies, but she begins to wonder if the girl's murder was more than just the culmination of a cyber obsession.
Then phone records reveal a link between Megan and a murdered real-estate agent who was living a dangerous double life.
Even more suspiciously, the detectives also learn that the dead real-estate agent shared a secret connection to a celebrity mogul whose bodyguard was mysteriously killed a few months earlier.
And when Megan's roommate suddenly disappears, they know they have to find her before it's too late.
With fans including everyone from Michael Connelly, Harlan Coben, and Lee Child to Tess Gerritsen, Lisa Gardner and Kathy Reichs, Alafair Burke gives us another nail-biting thriller to keep us on the edge of our seats.

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