Don’t Tell Meg, a Review by Sara

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Don’t Tell Meg
334 pages
June 2018
Clixco Publishing

Two women. One night. So many deaths. When radio personality Pete Bailey betrays his wife on his birthday, he has no idea of the terrible consequences that will follow his infidelity.

I’ll start by saying this style of writing is not for everyone. While some would say it seemed like the writer was all over the place, in all actuality? The side turns and detours to the past made the thrill that much more enthralling for me. If you are like me, you’ll enjoy this story just on the basis that It’s a little twisted and keeps you guessing all the way to the end. This is only book one of this trilogy and you’re darn tooting I’m headed down this rabbit hole of despair and adventure. I give Don’t Tell Meg a solid four stars. There isn’t much more i can say about this tale that doesn’t give away spoilers so ill leave it at this; if you enjoy a twisted story of sex, love, betrayal and revenge all while having no idea what the end game is until it punches you in the face? Give Paul Teague and his Don’t Tell Meg series a go, you might love it so much you may just die.

 

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