A Deadly Act Read ´ 2

Review A Deadly Act

A Deadly Act Read ´ 2 ☆ Love made her lieBut did hate make her tell the truthIsrael 1951 Private investigator Adam Lapid has never had a case like thisFive years before his client lied to the police giving a false alibi to the man she loved Now she's sure the man she lied for is a murderer and she wants Adam to prove itBut can Adam really trust her Is she teTBut can Adam really trust her Is she telling him the whole truthThe case is a puzzle the victim a mystery wrapped in a riddle And the murder scene That's the most baffling thing of allWhy did the killer choose that particular spot Why take some of the victim's possessions and leave others behin. All the World's A StageA brilliant actress permanently sidelined by injuries sustained in a horrific accident hires PI Adam Lapid to prove her husband was responsible for the vicious and shocking murder of a beautiful actress years before The wife provided a false alibi and now wants him to pay Adam agrees to investigate but not to pin the murder on the husband unless he actually did it He soon embarks on a journey of lies and illusion masterminded by a killer with a flair for genius This is a good interesting read Adam is interesting likable and believable There a lot of characters too many actually The atmosphere of life in early Israel is well conveyed Satisfying

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DIt's a cold case that’s about to get hot The Adam unravels the mystery the greater the danger Is the killer plotting to kill again Is Adam’s life in danger as he closes in on the murdererYou will love A Deadly Act because it's a thrilling historical mystery with an ending you won't see comi. A Magnificent Addition the Adam Lapid CollectionIt has been interesting to see the evolution of Adam Lapid the private detective and Jonathan Dunsky the author As before JD weaves a carefully plotted narrative that reveals the mystery to be solved as it unfolds inside the historical setting that was Israel circa 1951What struck me as I read was the author 's attention to detail as the characters come alive in a meticulously set forth narration Bravo Mr D

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A Deadly ActLove made her lieBut did hate make her tell the truthIsrael 1951 Private investigator Adam Lapid has never had a case like thisFive years before his client lied to the police giving a false alibi to the man she loved Now she's sure the man she lied for is a murderer and she wants Adam to prove i. Glued to my chair againAn interesting book in Dunsky’s Adam Lapid series At first I found it a little slow but on the other hand it was slow because it was methodical The story evolves and builds gradually and with it some twists and turns until a climax is reached But is it the right climax You need to read this book through because everything comes together virtually in the last few chapters I certainly did not pick the murderer and even Adam Lapid had a problem with that This book had me glued to my chair Another great book in the Adam Lapid series