Book Description: Nina Fischer carries a camera wherever she goes—so she can view life through a filter. Safely. After her mother abandoned her to the streets, Nina has kept people at a distance, including her uncle, who adopted Nina and her sister. Wealthy and proud, he is a good man, a fair judge, and someone many in San Antonio admire.
But when he is murdered, and the detective assigned to the case accuses Nina of the crime, she knows she must act. She’s determined to use her journalism background to find the real killer. The two men in her life want to help, but can she trust them? She’s known Rick since they were children, but now he’s an attorney whose political aspirations seem more important than Nina’s tragic loss. And then there’s Aaron, a news videographer; using their friendship could break the biggest story of his career.
My Thoughts: Kelly Irvin is a new to me author. But she's one I'll be keeping on my to go list.
Tell Her No Lies is filled with a lot of action, suspense!, and a smidgen of romance.
I love, love suspense and this book kept me on the edge of my seat. literally!
Nina is a strong young woman who has been dealt a rather bad hand in the life department. But Nina is one to let it keep her down. However, she does have an unusual way of dealing with her life...she keeps a camera hanging around her neck and looks a life through a filter.
When her uncle is killed and she is accused of the murder she is more than determined to find the killer.
Using her journalism skills and her camera Nina is on the move to find the bad man but then Rick, whom she's known since childhood wants to help her and Aaron, the news videographer, wants to help her too. But whom can she trust? It seems the men in her life haven't always been a help.
Quite a story with a somewhat surprising ending! Loved it!
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