A three-year-old British girl is taken from a Spanish beach while on holiday with her parents. Nobody heard a sound. Nobody saw a thing. Or so they claim. Meanwhile, on the nearby Costa del Sol, Rosie Gilmour is enjoying a well-deserved vacation: one that is cut short when the abduction story breaks and she's sent to cover it. Rosie's instincts tell her something's wrong. Such a crime, committed in broad daylight, must surely have its witnesses. Moreover, the girl's mother's story just doesn't add up. When Rosie is approached by an illegal sex worker with information about the abduction, she knows these instincts are correct. Key information about the crime is being withheld from the authorities. The reason: corrupt politicians and vicious human trafficking gangs - enemies one would think twice about making. But thinking twice is not in Rosie Gilmour's DNA, especially when a young child's life is at stake. And, as Rosie closes in on the truth, she realises the penalty for missing this particular deadline is just that, death.
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Anna Smith has been a journalist for over twenty years and is a former chief reporter for the Daily Record. She has covered wars across the world as well as major investigations and news stories. To Tell The Truth is the second thriller featuring journalist Rosie Gilmour, and the follow-up to The Dead Won't Sleep.Review:
'having been glued to the opening chapters of To Tell The Truth, I applaud her ... this is a social issue that's worth discussing' Scottish Sun. 'The book is as perfectly paced and neatly plotted as any Ian Rankin novel, with a wide appeal for both male and female readers' Daily Mail. 'I would recommend to anyone' Shots. 'gripping' The Times. 'It is as gritty, suspenseful and real ... the story is a complete page turner that grips you as the seedy depths of human trafficking and networks unravel' crimesquad. 'hard-hitting and heart-wrenching in equal measure' Daily Record.
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Book Description Quercus, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0857382969
Book Description Quercus, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110857382969