Another brilliant read from Cara Hunter in the DI Adam Fawley series. The main characters continue to develop and add to the read although it is easily a stand alone novel. It is no secret that I love Cara Hunter novels and they seem to be getting better and better.
There are two investigations running parallel although it is not clear, at first, what is happening. Much is left to the reader’s imagination, which I love. DI Fawley is called to a local university about a complaint of sexual assault where the accuser is a sporty, good looking student who is blaming his professor, a well-known and well-liked woman.
In addition, a body of a woman is found on a railway line, initially indicating suicide but soon to be discovered as a murder. This is a friend of the Fawley family and the indications are that Adam knew more about this than he told the investigators.
A compelling read which had me totally engrossed with the twists, turns and a mind-blowing ending.
Many thanks to NetGalley, Penguin Books UK and Cara Hunter for my ARC of ‘The Whole Truth’ in return for an honest review.
Another brilliant read and highly recommended.