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Two Wrongs by Mel McGrath

The Monster Within

Two Wrongs by Mel McGrath is a gripping psychological thriller that consumed me from the start.

It is a creepy read as there are several perpetrators and the reader cannot work out who can be trusted.

Secrets are being kept and hidden. Something sinister lies in the past. It is something that will sink lives if revealed.

The reader witnesses the heavy toll burdens place on characters. The pressure to succeed takes some down roads they’d rather not go.

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The Guilty Party by Mel McGrath

How Well Do You Know Your Friends?

The Guilty Party by Mel McGrath is a gripping contemporary psychological murder thriller that will have the reader involved from the start.

The novel is about a group of friends who feel more like family. They bond together over a shared history and secrets that become ever more deadly. Just how far would you go to maintain an ever darker friendship?

It’s never too late to do the right thing and to tell the truth. How well do you know your friends? Do you know the lengths they will go to to maintain your silence?

The action is set over two weekends… one in August and one in October. It alternates, as does the voice relaying the action which continually raises questions for the reader.

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