Goodreads: Truth or Die
Published: 1st May 2015 (Century)
Source: Charity Shop
Rating: 4/5 (Really liked it)
Official Summary: “The truth will set your free – if it doesn’t kill you first
New York attorney Trevor Mann’s world shatters when he receives a phone call telling him his girlfriend has been shot dead in a mugging. But the circumstances point to something more calculated than a random attack.
Claire was a New York Times journalist and Trevor is convinced she had unearthed a secret so shocking that she was murdered to keep it from coming to light. Chasing Claire’s leads, Trevor will risk everything to discover what exactly she was killed for.
It’s time to find out the truth, or die.” – Goodreads
Review: This has to be one of the better books I have read by James Patterson. I will have to check out his co-author Howard Roughan. The story flowed so effortlessly, there was plenty of twists and turns, but they were extremely well done. You saw most of them but you had a few sneaky ones here and there.
Don’t get me wrong there was a lot happening, but at the same time, it didn’t feel over the top. It didn’t feel like they were throwing stuff at you for the sake of it. To have extra filler.
I think one of the main things I like was the relationship between the two main characters. They were thrown together due to the situation but neither of them moaned or cried about it. They got on with it and worked together. Trevor isn’t a hero, he may have some training but his goal was never to be the hero. Yet time and again he put his life on the line to save a person he just met. It showed a lot about his character.