Simply Lies : from the number one bestselling author of the 6:20 Man
Author: Baldacci, David Published 26/10/2023 | Paperback / softback
130 x 197 x 39 | 390g
‘This is Baldacci at his formidable best, teasing the reader with hints and suggestions while pushing the story forward at breakneck pace. Do not miss it.’ – Sunday Times NO TRUTHFormer Jersey City detective and single mother of two, Mickey Gibson, now works for global investigation company, ProEye, to track down assets of the wealthy who have tried to avoid their creditors. One day she gets a call from a colleague, Arlene Robinson, asking her to visit the home of a notorious arms dealer who has cheated some of ProEyeâ€™s clients in the past. Mickey arrives at the mansion to discover the body of a man hidden in a secret room.
NO LIMITSIt turns out that nothing is at it seems. The arms dealer did not exist, and nobody at ProEye knew of Arlene Robinson. Mickey had been tricked and now the cops were involved. The body was that of Harry Langhorne, whoâ€™d been in Witness Protection having had links with the mob.
NO FEARNow begins a cat-and-mouse showdown between hardened ex-cop, Mickey, and a woman with sociopathic tendencies who has no name and a mysterious past. She intends to get what she wants and people who get in her way will die. For Mickey to stop her, she must first discover her true identity and what damaged her all those years ago. And the truth behind why she selected Micky to become her nemesis . . .
Simply Lies is an intense thriller featuring Mickey Gibson, a former New Jersey detective, from the number one bestselling author David Baldacci.
*****KILLER TWISTS. HEROES TO BELIEVE IN. TRUST BALDACCI.
â€˜One of the worldâ€™s thriller mastersâ€™ Daily Mailâ€˜Baldacci is still peerlessâ€™ Sunday Timesâ€˜One of the all-time best thriller authorsâ€™ Lisa Gardnerâ€˜Baldacci delivers, every time!â€™ Lisa Scottolineâ€˜A master storyteller.â€™ Associated Pressâ€˜Baldacci cuts everyoneâ€™s grass â€“ Grishamâ€™s, Ludlumâ€™s, even Patricia Cornwellâ€™s â€“ and more than gets away with itâ€™ People