Trevor Mann is an attorney and a rare one, he's honest.
So honest it cost him his job. But now he has gotten his
life back together and is doing well and completely in
love with Claire, a reporter. So when Claire receives a
phone call and has to leave he thinks nothing of it
knowing she is chasing a story. But when he finds out she
has been murdered his life changes and he must discover
Was her murder a robbery as the police say or something
much worse? As he follows the leads Claire was working on
he discovers a secret that many would kill for if it's
really true. As time runs out twists and turns lead to an
ending that will keep you turning pages to the very end.
Howard Roughan co-wrote TRUTH OR DIE with James Patterson.
This is a method James Patterson has used over and over
to introduce us to new authors that he takes under his
wing. James Patterson sells books like crazy, if you put
his name on it people will read it. I love that he does
this and gives readers a chance to read many different
authors written in his fast paced style.
TRUTH OR DIE is another one of those books. You pick it
up and you will keep reading till you're done. TRUTH OR
DIE has a very interesting story line that you will
James Patterson and Howard Roughan make a great team and
TRUTH OR DIE doesn't disappoint.
The truth will set you freeâ€”if it doesn't kill you first.
After a serious professional stumble, attorney Trevor Mann
have finally hit his stride. He's found happiness with his
girlfriend Claire Parker, a beautiful, ambitious journalist
always on the hunt for a scoop. But when Claire's newest
leads to a violent confrontation, Trevor's newly peaceful
is shattered as he tries to find out why.
Chasing Claire's leads, Trevor unearths evidence of a
secret thatâ€”if it actually existsâ€”every government and
terrorist organization around the world would do anything
possess. Suddenly it's up to Trevor, along with a teenage
genius who gives new meaning to the phrase "too smart for
own good," to make sure that secret doesn't fall into the
wrong hands. But Trevor is about to discover that good and
evil can look a lot alike, and nothing is ever black and
white: not even the truth.