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Deadly Alibi

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sue w, Reviewer

Last updated on 27 Nov 2016

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Deadly alibi by leigh Russell  is a mystery and thriller and general fiction  (adult) read. 
A hand gripped her upper arm so suddenly it made her yelp. Biting her lower lip, she spun round, lashing out in terror. As she yanked her arm out of his grasp, her elbow hit the side of his chest. Struggling to cling on to her, he lost his footing. She staggered back and reached out, leaning one hand on the cold wall of the tunnel. Before she had recovered her balance he fell, arms flailing, eyes glaring wildly as he disappeared over the edge of the platform onto the rails below. . .
Two murder victims and a suspect whose alibi appears open to doubt... Geraldine Steel is plunged into a double murder investigation which threatens not only her career, but her life.
When her previously unknown twin Helena turns up, her problems threaten to make Geraldine's life turn toxic in more ways than one.
An absolutely fantastic read with brilliant characters.  Geraldine is my favourite character.  Full of twists and plots.  Highly recommended.  5*. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book from netgalley.

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