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I'll Never Tell Read & Download á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ [Download] ➼ I'll Never Tell By Catherine McKenzie – Gwairsoft.co.uk Deeply buried secrets make for a disturbing family reunion in bestselling author Catherine McKenzie’s tantalizing novel of psychological suspenseWhat happened to Amanda HolmesTwenty ySaid and doneBut it’s complicated than a simple vote The will stipulates that until they unravel the mystery of what happened to Amanda they can’t settle the estate Any one of them could have done it and each one is holding a piece of the puzzle Will they work together to finally discover the truth or will their secrets finally tear the family apa. McKenzie does a wonderful job of placing us front and center in the MacAllister family drama They may be adults but the siblings fight and bicker the same way they did as kids Gathering at their parents’ summer camp after the unexpected deaths of their parents they expect to hear the will and make a decision about what to do with the camp But it’s not that simple Twenty years before Amanda a young counselor was found after an overnight camp outing in a canoe with a large gash in her forehead No one was ever charged with the crime But now the father has left instructions for the siblings to determine what happened before a decision on the property can be made I can’t imagine a father that would put such a uandary to his kids but I loved it as a plot device Despite there being five siblings I had no trouble keeping them straight We hear from each of the siblings along with Sean and Amanda Each voice brings not only a different perspective but also a different batch of secrets And half the time they’re keeping facts to themselves thinking they’re protecting someone else I loved how much the past colored who they still were and how they saw themselves “That was the problem with camp Everywhere and everything was memories Whether they were your own or other people’s You couldn’t escape them The person you were the person you used to be it didn’t matter All that mattered was how others saw you” The writing is so clear and vivid I could picture everything It was like watching a movie play out in my head The chart of where everyone was at each hour worked well and helped keep the reader focused With this book McKenzie returns to the thrills she gave me in Fractured There’s a definite creepiness factor to this book There’s also an ending I didn’t see coming This one gave me chills My thanks to netgalley and Lake Union Publishing for an advance copy of this book

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Deeply buried secrets make for a disturbing family reunion in bestselling author Catherine McKenzie’s tantalizing novel of psychological suspenseWhat happened to Amanda HolmesTwenty years ago she was found bludgeoned in a rowboat at the MacAllister family’s Camp Macaw No one was ever charged with the crimeNow after their parents’ sudden deaths th. Twenty years ago Amanda washed up on shore off Camp Macaw in a rowboat with a gash on her head Many were interviewed by the police but an arrest was never made Now the children of the camp owners are called together for the reading of the will But there is just one minor thing they need to do vote But it's not that simple In fact it's complicatedWho hurt Amanda at camp all those years ago Who had a motive Who saw her last Who saw something Who has secrets The siblings are tasked with looking back at that summer and the events of that night to determine the culpability of one of them As they look back we learn bits and pieces about each of them This was an interesting whodunit that also worked as an examination of family dynamics About family secrets about keeping secrets for others about sibling relationships and the walls we build around ourselves You think you know your family Think againThis was a thoroughly enjoyable book I enjoyed all the characters and liked how the Author had each have hisher own personality and uirks The plot was very clever and carefully woven This book had several twists and at one point I just KNEW that I guessed it I KNEW I was so right to only have another twist to blow that theory out of the water The great thing was that each guess could have been plausible and when the reveal did occur it felt authenticbelievable I am not a huge fan of reveals that come out of nowhere just for the wow factor The final reveal here was clever well thought out and made sense I also enjoyed the chartsforms throughout the book that let us know where each family member was at certain times during that fateful night I'm happiest when I am wearing my super sleuth hat while reading and this book had me guessing and trying to figure out whodunit along with the characters I found the story to be captivating look back in time while at the same time being grounded in the present The characters were well developed flawed likable yet not always reliable I look forward t reading books by this AuthorThank you to Lake Union Publishing and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All the thoughts and opinions are my own

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I'll Never TellE MacAllister siblings return to camp to read the will and decide what to do with the prime real estate the camp occupies Ryan needs to sell Margaux hasn’t made up her mind Mary believes in leaving well enough I'll Never Epubalone Kate and Liddie the twins have opposing views And Sean Booth the groundskeeper just hopes he still has a home when all is. Seventeen year old Amanda was smashed on the head twenty years ago at the MacAllister family’s Camp Macaw Now the five MacAllister siblings have been called together for the reading of their parents' will after their parents died in a train accident Everyone in this family has secrets and it seems they each know something about what happened that night twenty years ago that they haven't shared with the others Now their dead father is instructing them to figure out who attacked Amanda because he thinks it's one of them and the estate can't be settled until they have done as he has instructed This is an Agatha Christie type whodunit and it was an enjoyable and uick read for me The short chapters are written from the point of view of the siblings and Sean the camp caretaker who has never wanted to anything other than to continue taking care of the camp Whether the camp continues to be run by the MacAllisters or gets sold to build condos also depends on what the siblings learn and decide after a final vote once the mystery has been solved After reading this book I'll definitely be reading of Catherine McKenzie's work and I see that she has a lot of books already other there for me to read Thank you to Lake Union Publishing and NetGalley for this ARC