Far From True (Promise Falls Trilogy #2) (Paperback)

By Linwood Barclay

Berkley, 9780451472717, 544pp.

Publication Date: October 4, 2016

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New York Times and #1 international bestselling author Linwood Barclay delivers the second spine-chilling thriller in the Promise Falls trilogy.

When private investigator Cal Weaver looks into a break-in at the home of a recently deceased man, he uncovers far more than he is prepared for after he finds a hidden room that was used for salacious activities. Perhaps something illegal... 

Detective Barry Duckworth is doggedly trying to solve two murders, one of which is three years old. He believes the killings are connected, since each featured a similar distinctive wound. And the key to his mystery may lie with Cal Weaver’s own case. 

As the lies begin to unravel, and another murder occurs, Cal and Barry find themselves headed straight into the heart of dark secrets as they uncover more startling truths about Promise Falls...

About the Author

Linwood Barclay is the New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of fourteen critically acclaimed novels, including Broken Promise, No Safe HouseA Tap on the Window, Trust Your Eyes, Never Look Away, which has been optioned for television, and No Time for Goodbye.

Praise For Far From True (Promise Falls Trilogy #2)

Praise for Far from True

"Excellent. Impossible to put down."—Stephen King

Praise for Linwood Barclay

“Some days, all you really want is for someone to tell you a wicked-good story. Linwood Barclay answers the reader’s perpetual prayer.”—The New York Times Book Review

“No one can thrill you and chill you better than Linwood Barclay.”—Tess Gerritsen

“Barclay gets better and better. . .He keeps the reader guessing to the very last page.”—William Landay, bestselling author of Defending Jacob

“Barclay pulls everything together expertly.”—The Washington Post

“A suspense master.”—Stephen King

“Twist-driven thrillers packed with emotion are a hallmark of Barclay’s career.”—USA Today