All Our Darkest Secrets by Martyn Ford
Received from NetGalley on 04/07/2021 finished on 06/07/2021
My review of All Our Darkest Secrets by Martyn Ford
A great book from the start to finish with some of the little endings to certain chapters or sections being real OMG moments.
The book has flashbacks from different periods in James life from when he was 5, 7, 10, 12, 15 where he infatuated with Rosie the 2 year older sister of his best friend Matthew to 17 when they start dating and then present day where they are married.
James has always loved Rosie and will do just about anything to protect her even during her Red days!
All Our Darkest Secrets is a fast paced book which is hard to put down – $333,333
Will be on the look out for more of books by Martyn Ford
Reviewed by Terry Simmonds
Publishers Description of All Our Darkest Secrets by Martyn Ford
James Casper is one of the good guys. A DEA agent. A loyal husband. With his sights set on the man at the top of the city’s opioid crisis, James is about to make the biggest bust of his career.
Then his beloved wife Rosie does something terrible, and James must choose: report it—or help her. He knows how this works, and he tells himself he’s smart enough to get away with murder. But James’s worst enemy knows what they have done—and he won’t hesitate to use it to manipulate him.
James is dragged into a dark and dangerous world. As events spiral and loyalties are tested, he realizes there’s only one way out. And that is to be even more ruthless than the people he’s working for.
Whatever happens, no matter how far he falls, at least he’ll still have Rosie.
All Our Darkest Secrets
by Martyn Ford
Amazon Publishing UK
General Fiction (Adult) | Mystery & Thrillers
Pub Date 1 Sep 2021
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