Carys Jones, mystery, review

Prime Deception by Carys Jones-review

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Title:Prime Deception
Author: Carys Jones
Genre: Crime,Mystery, Thriller
Pages: 304( Kindle)
Published April 7th 2014 by Carina UK 

buy this book at: Amazon
My review:
      John Quinn journalist in The Shadow, the biggest tabloid in country had a story which could set a country on fire.After few months he run into one girl, who was drunk and she told him that story.The story involved one of the most important man in the country.John suppose to listen her site of the story, typed it and published, so he will be rise himself in journalist’s world instantly and made himself big career. But…Girl is death…Killed herself before she made telling the story.But how would that happen a young girl,who is full of life and lusty kill herself?
       The book started with a big news,a scandal,then suicide instead rise of one journalist career.First impression wasthat the book is so dynamic and the story will flows,but isn’t like that.The calm tone is effective and will take you to the end and there is little bit action.This isn’t bad at all.
     Prime Deception is not a ordinary thriller,but there are crime and relationships,good and the bad ones.
Author attention is focused on psychological state of the characters, which I like it.This is a good book with a great story.
The book was provided by the author.
My rating:3/5(good book)

About the author:

Carys Jones loves nothing more than to write and create stories which ignite the reader’s imagination. Based in Shropshire, England, Carys lives with her husband, two guinea pigs and her adored canine companion Rollo.

When she’s not writing, Carys likes to indulge her inner geek by watching science-fiction films or playing video games.

She lists John Green, Jodi Picoult and Virginia Andrews as her favorite authors and draws inspiration for her own work from anything and everything.

To Carys, there is no greater feeling then when you lose yourself in a great story and it is that feeling of ultimate escapism which she tries to bring to her books.


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