Collision Of Lies by Tom Threadgill – Book Review

Collision Of Lies

Collision Of Lies – Book Review

There’s nothing more exciting than discovering a new-to-you author who has the power to reel you in from the very first line of their book, but Tom Threadgill has managed to do just that.

From the unimaginable yet all too real opening chapter of Collision Of Lies, suspense lovers will not want to put this this book down!

Collision Of Lies is the first novel in a new series about Detective Amara Alvarez, who we first meet in a diner on her day off. When she’s asked to intervene in what appears to be a domestic dispute, she soon finds herself immersed in an investigation involving the tragic death of a busload of kids that occurred when a freight train collided with their school bus.

This tragedy occurred three years ago and the investigation has long been closed. Everyone involved agrees that the case was tragic but it was an accident – everyone, that is, except the mother of one of the boys who is convinced that in spite of evidence to the contrary, her son is still alive.

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Detective Amara does not want to get involved in this case – she, too, believes that she is dealing with a grieving mother who is having difficulty moving on. But, as she starts to investigate the clues the mom has given her, she cannot help but wonder if there could be more to this case than meets the eye.

If you have a free weekend, set it aside, because once you begin to read Collision Of Lies, you won’t want to stop!

Thrilling, chilling and mesmerizing, Threadgill writes the type of suspense novels I want to read!

I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

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2 Responses to “Collision Of Lies by Tom Threadgill – Book Review”

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  1. Brian Frum says:

    Oh my, that does sound like a really good one, thanks!

  2. Amy Johnson says:

    It sounds like such a thrilling book. I love suspense. Thanks for the review.

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