Title: Prime Deception
Author: Carys Jones
Release Date: April 7, 2014
Description: John Quinn, an investigative journalist on England’s biggest-selling and most notorious tabloid newspaper, is about to write the story of his life – a kiss-and-tell with one of the country’s most powerful men at its heart. But the story dies when Lorna Thomas, the kiss in his kiss-and-tell, kills herself on a quiet country road.Unable to accept her twin’s suicide, Laurie Thomas follows in her sister’s footsteps to London and to the heart of government. And as she becomes more involved in Lorna’s world, she grows more convinced than ever that Lorna did not take her own life. But if Lorna didn’t kill herself, who did?
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewer: Margaret via Bookexplosions
Lorna’s twin sister, Laura, is convinced that Loran would never commit suicide and seeks out the help of a powerful man to find the truth. This is a well written novel with great character development and vibrant scenes. Although I was expecting a thriller/suspense story, this was more of an emotional roller coaster that delves into love, loss and grief from two completely different character view points, which keeps the story interesting and difficult to put down. Ms. Jones does a fantastic job of weaving a mystery into this deeply emotional tale. A great read.