Collison of Lies

Tom Threadgill. Revell, $15.99 trade paper (400p) ISBN 978-0-8007-3650-7
Threadgill (the Jeremy Winter series) delivers the suspenseful, twisting tale of a San Antonio detective’s search for a missing boy. Property crimes detective Amara Alvarez, eager to move up the career ladder, meets a grieving mother who claims to have received a text message from her son who died in a school bus accident three years ago. When another parent of one of the children who died in the accident receives a note on her windshield, Alvarez believes there must be a connection. After the man Alvarez sees leaving the note on security footage turns up dead, she enlists the help of the medical examiner and the homicide department. The case turns on its head when, after looking into records regarding the children’s remains, they realize the school bus accident may have been a cover-up and the children could be still alive. Suddenly it’s a race against time as Alvarez scrambles to find out whom she can trust (even within the police department) as she searches for answers to what happened. Her sleuthing leads to the uncovering of a deep conspiracy connected to research into the nature of the soul, and potentially the location of the children, as well. Excellent pacing and surprising twists will keep readers guessing and engaged until the end. This is Threadgill’s most intricate, propulsive novel yet. (Feb.)
Reviewed on : 11/21/2019
Release date: 02/01/2020
Genre: Inspirational Fiction
Hardcover - 400 pages - 978-0-8007-3785-6
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