Broken Alibi – Lies, Memory and Justice
How much should you lie for the man you love? Are we really the same people we were twenty years ago? And what makes a suicide definitely murder?
Just three of the questions which confront barrister Sarah Newby, as she struggles to return to the courtroom drama. Shaken by her second divorce and the murder of her previous lover, Sarah wonders if all her relationships with men are doomed. Her admirer, Detective Terry Bateson, hopes not, but what if he, too, has a secret he’d prefer to keep hidden?
While Terry investigates a tragic suicide, Sarah wonders if her former husband was ever the man she imagined. Trying to unravel this mystery, Sarah’s student daughter Emily faces new and terrible dangers. And if Sarah’s client is innocent of murder, why has he told such obvious lies?
See what reviewers thought of the fourth legal thriller in the series ‘The Trials of Sarah Newby.’
‘Broken Alibi is an outstandingly good read, that grips your attention from page one! In my opinion this book is on a par or even better than those written by Peter James! Highly recommended.’ Paul Graham Brazendale
‘This book kept me company under the coffee table for a few hours overnight where I was hiding from the worst electrical storm I’ve ever experienced!!! I almost forgot how frightened I was!!! A fantastic read – the characters are getting stronger and even more multi-dimensional with every book.’ Elizabeth Kunze
‘The characters are real people and the story is riveting from beginning to end, a perfect mix of the predictable twists that you yearn for and totally unexpected turns that throw you off balance. I couldn’t put it down.’ Michael Steinbeck Reeves
‘Suicide, murder? Get yourself into this series as fast as you can! My only complaint was that I finished the book and must wait too long for the next!’ Loreen Lindsey
‘The best one so far! Even the twist had a further twist which helped to keep me engrossed as well as up for a particularly late night as I couldn’t turn out the light until I got to the very end of the book.’ Jonathan Stephenson
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