Tell Me

Tell Me

eBook - 2013
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Random House, Inc.
"Jam-packed with scary chills." --Booklist

The most hated woman in Savannah, Georgia, is about to be set free. Twenty years ago, beautiful Blondell O'Henry was convicted of murdering her eldest daughter, Amity, and wounding her two other children. The prosecution argued that Blondell wanted to be rid of them to be with her lover. But Blondell's son has now recanted his crucial testimony. . .

"Absolutely tension filled. . .Jackson is on top of her game." --Suspense Magazine

Reporter Nikki Gillette is determined to get the truth, and this time it's personal. Amity was her childhood friend. The night she died, Amity begged Nikki to meet with her, insisting she had a secret to tell, but Nikki didn't go. Now Nikki's fiancé, Detective Pierce Reed, worries for her safety. Because somehow, the events of that tragic night connect to Nikki's own fractured family.

"Jackson shows a mastery of the true-crime thriller formula that will please fans." --Kirkus Reviews

Is Amity's murderer still at large, or is there a new, darker danger? Soon Nikki will discover what really happened two decades ago, but the answers may come too late to save her life. . .

Baker & Taylor
Just as a woman who was convicted of killing her daughter, Amity, 20 years prior is about to be set free after her son recants his testimony, reporter Nikki Gillette, a childhood friend of Amity, seeks the real truth. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Zebra, 2013
ISBN: 9781420134100
Branch Call Number: E-Book
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Doris527
Nov 23, 2015

Nikki and Pierce uncover family secrets that are very surprising as Nikki investigates the 20 year old murder of her best friend by her best friend's mother. The mother is about to be released from prison because her son is recanting what he said as a child. Very good book.

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rahmmie
Aug 24, 2015

I have found that Jackson's books are hit and miss and this one was a miss for me. Too formulaic, the heroine insists on poking the hornets nest knowing she will get stung and then acts all surprised because she does. This is the last book by Jackson I'll be reading, not my cup of tea

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aprilhansen1234
Apr 09, 2014

ok u could figure out who did it like in time

vanluvel Nov 19, 2013

Struggling to get through this book. Very slow and taking too long for anything to happen other than rehashing the past..

mrsgail5756 Nov 10, 2013

A very good book. I would recommend this book for all to read.

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