Cameron Swift was shot dead by a black clad hemeted young person outside his house. It was not a robbery, neither was it random. Seemingly without any reason. DC Beth Chamberlain is put in charge of the case with the orders from high to solve this random murder quickly.
Monika is Cameron's partner and cannot find any reason why this should happen. With no enemies, a fairly low profile, a man who travels for work there are no clues. On the other side of the world in Goa, Sara is on holiday with her two daughters when she gets the news. It is with her getting the news that the whole story unravels.
How Cameron was able to maintain a duplicate life with no one the wiser, two families which he kept happy and contented but with now over riding financial woes despite an opulent lifestyle, Beth has to unravel the clues left behind to find out why and who did this.
Not just the people around him but even the victim has had secrets and they are kept closely guarded.
A typical mystery murder thriller this was well written with good characterization (especially the two women).
Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of Aria.
This sounds like one I'd probably enjoy. The title sounds familiar.ReplyDelete
I enjoy a good murder mystery from time to time. Thanks for bringing this one to my attention.ReplyDelete
Ooh a double life story. Sounds intriguing.ReplyDelete
Sounds good, Mystica. I'd certainly like to learn about the motive behind Cameron Swift's murder.ReplyDelete
TY for reading and reviewing, Mystica. I'm so pleased you enjoyed 😁ReplyDelete
Sorry that earlier comment was from Jane Isaac - I'm hopeless at technology!ReplyDelete