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The Half Truth Thank you to Netgalley and Harper Impulse for a review copy of this book This is my honest review.Tina Bolotnikov, was widowed 5 years ago, and is now bringing up son, Dmitri alone Five years ago DS John Nightingale saw his partner shot down, and he is still trying to catch the killer.Tina and John s lives collide when information starts coming out about links between their situations five years ago, and John meets Tina to see what she knows.Tina, clearly is struggling with her grief, and stil Thank you to Netgalley and Harper Impulse for a review copy of this book This is my honest review.Tina Bolotnikov, was widowed 5 years ago, and is now bringing up son, Dmitri alone Five years ago DS John Nightingale saw his partner shot down, and he is still trying to catch the killer.Tina and John s lives collide when information starts coming out about links between their situations five years ago, and John meets Tina to see what she knows.Tina, clearly is struggling with her grief, and still has feelings for her dead husband Sasha, when she meets John John clearly is attracted to Tina but yet still has his job to do During the course of the book, information is exchanged between varying relevant parties, most of the time not the full truth, just Half Truths Obviously this frustrates both Tina and John, and its hard to know who to trust.I loved all the scenes with John doing his job, with the action and tension Tina is a strong willed, compassionate character, that shows a lot of heart This was the first book I have read by Sue Fortin, and definitely won t be the last I was gripped from the first page, and barely put the book down all day I just had to read to find out what happened next This is a wonderful example of a Romantic Suspense story, that I loved reading A really good read, interesting action packed storyline and strong characters The pace was great although the ending a bit quick nonetheless did not take anything away from the plot. Tina Bolotnikov misses her deceased husband terribly He died in a car accident and she s never had the chance to say goodbye properly, because his funeral was in Russia and she wasn t allowed to attend Now Tina is raising their son Dimitri by herself She works hard and also cares for her old neighbor Sasha used to be her everything and after several years Tina still isn t ready for a new relationship DS John Nightingale is feeling guilty because his partner was shot while they were on duty Tina Bolotnikov misses her deceased husband terribly He died in a car accident and she s never had the chance to say goodbye properly, because his funeral was in Russia and she wasn t allowed to attend Now Tina is raising their son Dimitri by herself She works hard and also cares for her old neighbor Sasha used to be her everything and after several years Tina still isn t ready for a new relationship DS John Nightingale is feeling guilty because his partner was shot while they were on duty John knows that Sasha s brother was involved, but he hasn t been able to catch him Tina never liked her brother in law and she isn t happy when he s back in the UK What she doesn t know is that he brings back a lot of unrest and misery and she discovers that her husband kept many secrets from her Suddenly Tina s home is no longer a safe place and she needs to let John into her life to make her feel secure Does that also mean she can let him into her heart and will he always tell her the truth The Half Truth is a moving story about a young woman who s lost her husband Sasha had a lot of secrets, but Tina trusted him completely, so she never suspected anything When she learns the truth both her memories of the past and plans she has for her future will change forever Tina is a strong woman and she isn t afraid to face the facts, I liked that about her John caresfor her than he s allowed to, but that doesn t mean he ll stay away He wants to protect Tina and Dimitri no matter what That was so wonderful to see This combination of romance and suspense is great Sue Fortin has managed to write a very good page turner that s both thrilling and sweet I liked that a lot I wanted to knowabout the secrets and couldn t wait to find out what they were I couldn t put this book down I loved the ending and This is a case of, how well do you know someone But what if that someone was your husband who died several years ago and you are left raising a son.What about your inlaw family What about they re secrets from the past that may have an impact on you and what you think you know.Then there is John Nightingale is a policeman who is carrying a lot of weight on his shoulders from demons in his past.How can all this be connected.I was hooked in really well, bit by bit from this story written by thi This is a case of, how well do you know someone But what if that someone was your husband who died several years ago and you are left raising a son.What about your inlaw family What about they re secrets from the past that may have an impact on you and what you think you know.Then there is John Nightingale is a policeman who is carrying a lot of weight on his shoulders from demons in his past.How can all this be connected.I was hooked in really well, bit by bit from this story written by this author that kept my attention span going and my intrigue I am late at the table reading this one, it slipped down my mountain of TBR books, but one of the reads I did enjoy.I would like to thank HarperCollins UK, HarperImpulse via Net Galley for my copy I really enjoyed this book I was interested by the end of chapter 1 By the end of chapter 5, I was hooked enough to forget to drink my tea.I won t spoil the story, suffice to say it was a tense suspense story and I genuinely didn t know whom to trust until the very end I liked that Tina was strong in that whatever happened, her priority was always her son She held it together and kept things as normal for him as possible She also managed to stand her ground without being a stubborn idiot ab I really enjoyed this book I was interested by the end of chapter 1 By the end of chapter 5, I was hooked enough to forget to drink my tea.I won t spoil the story, suffice to say it was a tense suspense story and I genuinely didn t know whom to trust until the very end I liked that Tina was strong in that whatever happened, her priority was always her son She held it together and kept things as normal for him as possible She also managed to stand her ground without being a stubborn idiot about it It winds me up when the heroine stands around shouting But I won t do that because I m STRONG when she really, really should just run and hide until the men with guns have gone Neither John nor Sasha was perfect I liked that too Life is messy I think Tina was a lotforgiving than I would have been, but then, she s probably a nicer person than I am.This is the first book I ve read by Sue Fortin I will definitely be reading This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I was attracted by the cover, the blurb and the five star reviews and I wasn t disappointed, but if you are looking for a simple romantic novel this is not for you Fort in offers the reader so muchthan that She succeeds in threading a complex love story through the plot of a gripping crime novel and, with the skill of an expert storyteller, manages to end each chapter with a cliffhanger which forces you to read on We get involved with the two main protagonists from the outset John Nigh I was attracted by the cover, the blurb and the five star reviews and I wasn t disappointed, but if you are looking for a simple romantic novel this is not for you Fort in offers the reader so muchthan that She succeeds in threading a complex love story through the plot of a gripping crime novel and, with the skill of an expert storyteller, manages to end each chapter with a cliffhanger which forces you to read on We get involved with the two main protagonists from the outset John Nightingale, a conscientious cop with a guilt complex regarding the fatal shooting of his partner, and Tina Bolotnikov, a widowed single parent still struggling to cope five years after the death of her husband, Sasha The lives and emotions of John and Tina become increasingly embedded in layers of lies and deceit which threaten to destroy the intense feelings that arise between them When John tries to protect Tina from a Russian crime gang connected to her dead husband, she begins to doubt his motives Does he love her or is he using her to find his partner s killer We are allowed to see things from both John and Tina s point of view but Fortin still manages to keep us in the dark and springs quite a few surprises just when you think you ve got all the answers, something new turns up Keeps you guessing right to the end and well worth reading Another fantastic read from Sue Fortin As the pace picks up, layers peel away exposing the truth about DS John Nightingale and Tina Bolotnikov s lives, which until now, Tina had no idea were entwined.As in Closing In, The Half Truth is a fast paced suspense, with twists and turns keeping the reader guessing The characters relationships are portrayed with sensitivity and understanding, and the bond between Tina and her young son is palpable There are beautiful descriptions and observations th Another fantastic read from Sue Fortin As the pace picks up, layers peel away exposing the truth about DS John Nightingale and Tina Bolotnikov s lives, which until now, Tina had no idea were entwined.As in Closing In, The Half Truth is a fast paced suspense, with twists and turns keeping the reader guessing The characters relationships are portrayed with sensitivity and understanding, and the bond between Tina and her young son is palpable There are beautiful descriptions and observations that bring the settings and the characters to life, and show the wonder and innocence of a child, alongside the harsh realities of life as seen by DS John Nightingale and Tina Bolotnikov.A satisfying and emotional read, packed with intrigue, conflict and suspense Highly recommended Every marriage has its secrets Tina Bolotnikov, widowed after her husband, Sasha, is killed in a car accident, relocates back to her hometown on the south coast of the UK, to bring up her young son Her life back in London with her adored husband is now nothing but a memory a history to pass onto her sonDS John Nightingale saw his partner killed in the line of duty and has made it his personal and professional quest to bring to justice the Russian gang responsible Five years on and the killer is still free but as reports come in of Sasha Bolotnikov s brother returning to the UK, John is tasked with tracking him down and following him to the seaside town of LittlehamptonTina finds herself an unwitting connection to a world she knew nothing about She thought she knew her husband She thought their past was the truth But now as the investigation draws her closer to DS Nightingale, professional lines are blurred and crossed, and only he holds the key to her future Tina Bolotnikov s husband Sasha was killed in a car crash five years ago leaving her to bring up their son She relocates back to her hometown from London DS John Nightingale s partner was killed in the line of duty and John cannot rest until those responsible are brought to justice.Reports come through that Pavel, Sacha s brother is back in the UK and we find Tina has connections to crimes she knew nothing aboutA fast paced read with many twists, turns and exciting storylines Loved it Wow this was a rollercoaster of a ride I was totally hooked by Tina s story, and ended up reading into the night I couldn t wait to understandabout her past and how the future would pan out for her The book was well paced, with a great climax, as well as perfectly timed episodes of high tension along the way I also loved the way the book tackled the themes of truths, half truths and lies.


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