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Summary

Mysterious photos. Missing diaries. Family secrets with fatal consequences.

Chrissy Livingstone grieves over her dad's sudden death. While she cleans out his old things, she discovers something she can't explain: seven photos of schoolboys with the year 1987 stamped on the back. Unable to turn off her desire for the truth, she hunts down the boys in the photos only to find out that three of the seven have committed suicide….

Tracing the clues from Surrey to Santa Monica, Chrissy unearths disturbing ties between her father's work as a financier and the victims. As each new connection raises more sinister questions about her family, she fears she should've left the secrets buried with the dead.

Will Chrissy put the past to rest, or will the sins of the father destroy her?

Tin Men is the suspenseful first book in the Chrissy Livingstone suspense series. If you like courageous heroines, dark family secrets, and complex investigations, you’ll love Linda Coles’s engrossing story.

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  • 15-02-21

love the narrator, can't stand the story

I love this narrator which is why I tried this author. the characters are cliches, especially the main character. I know it's fiction but come on, it's not fantasy or did I miss that genre label somewhere. i am referring to the main character's husband never knowing she works for the government, never seeing each other take a crap, and she not having time to herself "like most mother's" when in fact she's retired with a fake job that she gets to go to for 8 hours a day. This is a ridiculous storyline with characters that make me roll my eyes and to think of the phrase, " gag me with a spoon". I couldn't finish it. I tried to skip to the end just to see what happened and it continued to be so annoying that I just hit finished.

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