Tell no Lie by Allison Brennan | Review

Book #2Tell No Lie | Allison BrennanMIRA | Pub: March 30, 2021 | Pages: 425

Book #2 in the Quinn & Costa Series.

I read Book #1 in 2020 and was pleasantly surprised! I sort of forgot about this series until I saw that the new book Seven Girls Gone will be coming out on April 25th and knew I had to catch up with this series.

I was initially convinced I was going to hate it since the story seemed to revolve around an activist seeking out whether a water source was contaminated in the desert, but as the story evolved, I couldn’t put the book down.

There were so many storylines woven together, and I had no clue where the story was going. This kept the suspense up from start to finish.

In this one, we get a bit of development with Kara and Matt’s relationship, and I’m here for it! I adore Romantic Suspense novels, so this was right up my alley. I can’t wait to see where it goes.

If you love a story with many twists and turns, this series is for you! Highly recommend.


Something mysterious is killing the wildlife in the mountains just south of Tucson. When a college intern turned activist sets out to collect her own evidence, she, too, ends up dead. Local law enforcement is slow to get involved. That’s when the mobile FBI unit goes undercover to infiltrate the town and its copper refinery in search of possible leads.

Quinn and Costa find themselves scouring the desolate landscape, which keeps revealing clues to something much darker—greed, child trafficking and more death. As the body count adds up, it’s clear they have stumbled onto much more than they bargained for. Now they must figure out who is at the heart of this mayhem and stop them before more innocent lives are lost.


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