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If I Die Tonight

If I Die Tonight, March 2018
by Alison Gaylin

William Morrow
384 pages
ISBN: 0062641093
EAN: 9780062641090
Kindle: B07192GSQP
Paperback / e-Book
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"Step into the 21st century and see how easily the internet can control your life."

Fresh Fiction Review

If I Die Tonight
Alison Gaylin

Reviewed by Lynn Cunningham
Posted May 11, 2018

Suspense | Thriller Crime | Mystery

Jacqueline Merrick Reed has a rather ordinary life that she is still trying to settle into. Divorced from her husband, she is both mother and father to her two sons, Wade and Connor. Even though Jackie and Bill have been divorced for years, there is plenty of bad blood and resentment always simmering just below the surface. She works at a real estate agency while teenaged Wade and younger son Connor, go to school and hang out with their friends.

Suddenly, everything changes in a single night.

Something horrible has happened and Wade just might be in the middle of it all. That is confirmed on the day when Jackie opens her laptop and finds a very disturbing post on her Facebook account that was posted by Wade.

Nothing will ever be the same.

Alison Gaylin has been one of my favorite authors for quite some time. She draws her readers into whatever world she has created with each book she shares, and she does not disappoint with her latest. IF I DIE TONIGHT begins with such a mesmerizing opening that you are going to have a very difficult time doing anything else until you see where the plot takes you.

Written in her captivating style, Alison Gaylin adds to her growing list of popular best sellers with IF I DIE TONIGHT. She creates characters that are three dimensional; characters that you could easily imagine chatting with in your living room or having a cup of tea or coffee in your kitchen. Another quality that she brings to all of her characters is realism. Readers will also always find that she writes in the present. As is evidenced in IF I DIE TONIGHT.

An Alison Gaylin book is a treat for all the senses. IF I DIE TONIGHT will make you experience emotions of each kind and will take you to places you never want to go. Reading it will leave you satisfied at the end, but also wanting more.

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There was a time when Jackie Reed knew her sons better than anyone. She used to be able to tell what they were thinking, feeling, if they were lying…

But it's as though every day, every minute even, she knows them a little less. Her boys aren’t boys anymore, they’re becoming men - men she’s not sure she recognises, men she’s not sure she can trust.

So when one of her son’s classmates is killed in suspicious circumstances, people start asking questions.

Was it really a hit and run? A car-jacking gone wrong? Or something much more sinister?

Now Jackie must separate the truth from the lies.

How did that boy end up on the road?

And where was her son that night?

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