Truth Lies Dying : A gripping, unputdownable crime thriller
Part of the D.I Denning and D.S Fisher series
One killer can hide in a city of millionsWhen a homeless man is found dead in an abandoned tube station, DI Denning and DS Fisher are shocked to find out he has been stabbed.
Who would want to kill a homeless man? And why?As they uncover his identity as a man involved in a serious fraud case several years ago, it leads to even more questions.
Why are the victim's family so reluctant to help them solve the case?
Who else is involved? Faced with a wall of silence, the squad finds only one man willing to share what he saw of the murder.
But when he too is found dead, it's clear that someone will take brutal lengths to hide their secrets. Driven by his conviction that the dead man is owed justice and finding that some very dangerous individuals are tied up with the case, Denning won't rest until he solves the crime - but can he find the killer before he kills again?Meanwhile, Molly realises she is being stalked.
Could this somehow be connected to the case, or is there someone in her personal life who wishes her harm?Join DI Denning and DS Fisher for another unputdownable London crime thriller, for fans of Stuart MacBride and Cara Hunter. Readers can't get enough of the Denning and Fisher series:â€˜fast paced and utterly gripping, with plenty to keep you guessing from start to finish.
Thoroughly entertaining.â€™ The Bookwormeryâ€˜Well-paced, with a few clever twists, I was never quite sure I knew who the killer was.
Graeme Hamptonâ€™s writing is fabulous.â€™ Jessica Belmontâ€˜This story starts with a bang and holds your attention throughoutâ€¦ fast paced and multi layered, each twist and turn drawing us further inâ€™ Book Boundâ€˜Wow I really enjoyed this bookâ€¦ It is a complex, intriguing, grabbing book that you can sink your teeth into.
I was hooked from beginning to endâ€™ Reading Through the Pain