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  • Title: Everyone Lies
  • Author: A.D. Garrett
  • ISBN: 1472107578
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Paperback
  • DI Kate Simms is on the fast track to nowhere Five years ago she helped a colleague when she shouldn t have She s been clawing her way back from a demotion ever since Professor Nick Fenni is a failed genetics student, successful gambler, betting agent, crime scene officer, chemistry graduate, toxicology specialist and one time scientific advisor to the National CrimDI Kate Simms is on the fast track to nowhere Five years ago she helped a colleague when she shouldn t have She s been clawing her way back from a demotion ever since Professor Nick Fenni is a failed genetics student, successful gambler, betting agent, crime scene officer, chemistry graduate, toxicology specialist and one time scientific advisor to the National Crime Faculty He is the best there is, but ever since his wife and daughter disappeared he s been hiding away in Scotland, working as a forensics lecturer.In Manchester, drug addicts are turning up dead and Simms superior is only too pleased to hand the problem to her Then a celebrity dies and the media gets interested Another overdose victim shows up, but this time the woman has been systematically beaten and all identifying features removed The evidence doesn t add up Simms superiors seem to be obstructing her investigation and the one person she can t afford to associate with is the one man who can help Feni.
    Everyone Lies DI Kate Simms is on the fast track to nowhere Five years ago she helped a colleague when she shouldn t have She s been clawing her way back from a demotion ever since Professor Nick Fenni is a failed

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    1. After reading the incredible Believe No One, I was dying to get my hands on Everyone Lies and learn about Simms and Fenni They are such an intriguing duo and the series shines in its portrayal of forensic crime.This story is set in Manchester Kate Simms works for the Manchester police and is working her way out of the police dog house, after an error of judgement Her ex partner in crime, Nick Fenni is up in Scotland lecturing on forensics They are brought together, when Kate is given a high pro [...]

    2. 4 Stars The first 50% I struggled with Mainly between pages 150 to 300 There was lots of technical jargon, the plot was lagging slightly and the pace was quite slow that I almost gave up on this book but my mother had recently read Everyone Lies and really enjoyed it So I carried on I m very glad I did The second half was fast paced, action packed with lots of twists and turns I had no idea who the murderer was till they were exposed The plot was very clever and I ve learnt a lot about English p [...]

    3. DCI Kate Simms has been battling for her job for five years When drug addicts start turning up dead in record numbers, her supervisor is than happy to turn the case over to her Since most of the dead are prostitutes, this is seen as a throw away case But then a celebrity dies and it s a whole new ballgame.Without any leads or suspects, Kate turns to Professor Nick Fenni He is now a forensics lecturer He and Kate have a history one that caused her to be demoted and sent him into obscurity.As his [...]

    4. It s always a tricky proposition I imagine to undertake a crime, or indeed any kind of fiction novel with a dual writing partnership In other books I have read with two authors there is usually a very noticeable distinction between their two styles causing me to favour one over the other, or the book falls down as one has obviously taken control over a certain facet of the story Everyone Lies neatly bucked the trend for me and I was incredibly impressed by this debut collaboration between Margar [...]

    5. The first in a series introducing DI Kate Simms and forensic lecturer, Professor Nick Fenni, Everyone Lies is a collaboration between award winning author Margaret Murphy and renowned forensics expert Professor Dave Barclay.After a professional misstep, Kate has worked hard to regain her footing in the force but when she is allocated to investigate a cluster of drug deaths in Manchester, she suspects it indicates a larger problem Stonewalled by her colleagues, Kate turns to Nick Fenni, once a re [...]

    6. Life is dangerous for girls in the vice game in Manchester and when one is found dead behind the Midland Hotel DCI Kate Simms is reluctantly given the case Already under a shadow, made even darker by the appointment of her old boss to the ACC of GMP Under pressure she contacts an old friend in forensics, Nick Fenni, who has already been implicated in the illegal use of police resources which resulted in Kate s damaged prospects Her bosses want the case to be solved, killer brought to justice and [...]

    7. I dithered and debated about this one between 4 and 5 stars I decided on 5 because although I could see what was coming who did it a mile off it actually didn t detract in any way from my enjoyment.Excellent writing, Terrific characters, well and convincingly drawn The only thing I struggled with character wise very mild spoiler view spoiler was a complete sense of confusion about why this intelligent, competent, brave woman was still married to such a useless, self obsessed, unhelpful idiot, wh [...]

    8. I was really looking forward to reading this book but reality never matches up to expectation I found most of the book boring up until about the last fifth when it was all resolved I guessed whodunit and most of the plot early on as there was nothing new in it two mavericks chase down a serial killer the police hierarchy doesn t believe exists Crime thriller by numbers The science was quite interesting but again nothing really new if you watch the documentary channels The writing is good so I wo [...]

    9. I m in agreement with other reviewers in that I found this book hard going to begin with It does pick up speed, but unfortunately for me I still couldn t enjoy the book as such I wanted to get it read, and not because I couldn t put it down I can usually appreciate most books I read, even if they re not really my thing, but I m sorry to say that didn t really happen with this book.Having said that, if you like crime procedural, there is plenty to get into with Everyone Lies.

    10. A brilliantly written crime fiction, police procedural novel The forensic science in this book will keep all those interested in the behind the scenes work, extremely happy The characters were believable and sympathetic, in fact, I really did feel for the protagonist Kate at some points during the story It has a grim undercurrent to keep you hooked and guessing and I really could not work out who the bad guy was An all round great book.

    11. Ich kann das Buch nicht beenden, da dieses Drogenthema einfach zu langweilig f r mich ist Es zieht sich wie Kaugummi, wenn es einen nicht wirklich interessiert.

    12. A thoroughly gripping detective novel with an intriguing protagonist in DCI Kate Sims I do like a complicated female lead I will definitely read the next in the series.

    13. great points too much fluff in my opinion though Should ve been 50% shorterme of the revelations are amazing Shocking at least.My notes women think their husband is gay, but he s actually depressed women think their husband is a jerk, stupid, gay, idiot etc Women are MUCH likely to cum with a woman than with a man Women search for lesbian sex a LOT 1 most searched 2 most searches is violent sex, and big black dick, etc women watch a LOT OF PORN almost 40% of porn viewers are women but women wat [...]

    14. An intriguing crime thriller and I particularly liked the character of Fenni and how at the end of the novel, I was interested in what will happen to him and his lost daughter than Kate Simms Good technique I thought.

    15. I enjoyed this police procedural but I did find the forensic details overdone and unnecessary A little graphic in places but overall good value for money, does what s expected.

    16. I thought this book was brilliant I was gripped from the very first page I have read it a couple of times and I would say that it is one of my favourite thriller books.

    17. Time taken to read dipped in and out over 7 daysPublisher Constable Robinson C R Crime Blurb from the back coverDI Kate Simms is on the fast track to nowhere Five years ago she helped a colleague when she shouldn t have She s been clawing her way back from a demotion ever since Professor Nick Fenni is a failed genetics student, successful gambler, betting agent, crime scene officer, chemistry graduate, toxicology specialist and one time scientific advisor to the National Crime Faculty He is the [...]

    18. Manchester Detective Chief Inspector Kate Simms is investigating the deaths of several people who have died from heroin overdoses After the overdose death of a celebrity she gets even pressure to solve the case She enlists the aid of an old friend, a forensics lecturer.

    19. As part of a routine case review procedure Manchester police discover that an unusually high number of female heroin addicts are turning up dead.The job of seeing if the statistics are cause for concern is mind numbing but it is also politically sensitive because one of the dead women is a semi celebrity whose louder than necessary mother is using the cops as scapegoats to mask her own poor parenting skills.Who better to hand the task to, then, than Detective Inspector Kate Simms, a former risin [...]

    20. Five years before this book, Nick Fenni s wife was murdered and daughter kidnapped He enlisted the help of Kate Simms to find his daughter As a result, Simms is demoted As the book opens, drug addicts are dying left and right in the city of Manchester When a celebrity suddenly dies in the same fashion, It s up to Simms to try and solve the real cause behind it all Enlisting the help of Fenni and his student, Josh Brown, Simms attempts to get to the bottom of things while embroiled in police poli [...]

    21. This debut novel is the first collaboration between writer Margaret Murphy and forensic scientist and lecturer, Paul Barclay It is well worth reading because it has a bit of everything concerning forensics, police investigations, crooked policemen, human trafficking, etc addressed in the book.The book takes place in Manchester, England where Detective Inspector Katie Simms has been demoted for the past five years due to her working with a forensic expert outside the auspices of her place of empl [...]

    22. Reviewed for Library Journal August 1, 2014DI Kate Simms is assigned to investigate an alarming increase in heroin overdoses in the Manchester area What was supposed to be a routine review suddenly escalates into a media circus when reality TV star StacyC dies After digging deeper into the toxicology reports, Simms turns to forensic consultant Nick Fenni for aid But she and Nick have a tainted history their past collaboration almost cost Kate her career and marked a tragic chapter in Nick s life [...]

    23. Detective Chief Inspector Kate Simms is handed a case involving overdosing drug addicts, but something is not adding up with regards to the evidence She turns to Professor Nick Fenni, an old acquaintance who is working as a forensics lecturer in Scotland As his former apprentice at the National Crime Faculty, Kate was present at the time of the disappearance of Nick s wife and daughter After his wife was found dead, Kate helped him to use NCF resources to try and find his daughter This was both [...]

    24. I have had this book languishing on my to read shelf for ages , so decided that I would finally take the plunge Im very glad I did being a fan of police procedural i knew what to expect but what I liked about this book was how the chemistry between Nick and Kate added another dimension to the plot The crime itself is well thought out and although I managed to guess the bad guy from early on it didn t detract from my involvement of the book as it wasn t completely confirmed until the very end.The [...]

    25. This was the first book that I have read by Garrett and I am usually a huge fan of British Mystery and was really looking forward to a new to me author I was intrigued by a new plot point, illegal drugs as a means of murder, but the book moved extremely slow and frankly it never picked up the pace There was never a point in the book where I just wanted to keep reading and that rarely happens to me Most books start out a little slow but then somewhere they just take off, but this one was just fla [...]

    26. This is well written and obviously well researched but it didn t grab me Perhaps I was too distracted as I was reading this while traveling and in between some pretty heavy duty work meetings My star rating is based on my enjoyment and not the quality of the book.

    27. Set in Manchester, I liked Kate having been kept firmly under the disapproving misogynistic thumb of her peers for the past five years, Kate see s her chance to shrug off her past shame within the police force Knowing something stinks and there s no point in asking for resources within the force so she turns to Professor Nick Ferri the cause of her original downfall.Kate is tenacious and appears to be thwarted at every turn Drugs, prostitutes, murder, CSI, she refuses to take the obvious option [...]

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