Faux friends by A. J. McCarthy (Book Review #937)


Faux friends is a crime thriller story about Chantal Pouliot working with the Quebec police force. Due to a case that has gone wrong, she is given desk duty, but when a new case comes forward, Chantal is eager to jump back into the investigation game. She’d give anything just to get her old status back, and that’s when the story picks up, introducing a thrilling journey of organized crime.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Chantal’s previous experience does influence the new one, and thankfully she isn’t all alone in solving the crime. Her personality is interesting to know. Chantal even risks her own life in order to decode the mystery.

The literature is filled with many aspects of thrill and scenes of excitement. The pace of the story was steady at first but then fastened as I read along. The author has written a good story, and I look forward to reading more from him.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read crime thrillers and mystery stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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