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Publisher's Summary

A Riveting New Crime Thriller Series from Award-Winning Journalist and Best-selling Thriller Author Lyndee Walker

Tenley Andre is the poster child for the perfect life: Gorgeous. Brilliant. Champion athlete.

Until her body is found on the drought-ravaged shores of Lake Travis one sunny April morning, igniting a firestorm of shock and speculation in one of Texas’ most affluent communities. How did a young woman with everything to live for meet such a tragic end?

Texas Ranger Faith McClellan doesn’t buy the easy verdict of another privileged, pressured teen suicide. No one else wants to look beyond it.

But when Faith connects the intricate web of lies surrounding Tenley and her family to a separate unsolved murder, she uncovers shocking se-crets. The insidious truths at the heart of this case are darker and more dangerous than she ever imagined.

Now, Faith must unmask the evil lurking in Austin’s most sacred institu-tions before another life is lost. But these secrets could destroy the care-fully curated reputations of those in powerful circles.

And they will do anything to stop her.

Praise for Fear No Truth:

“LynDee Walker weaves a tight, wonderfully-complex plot with Fear No Truth, and Texas Ranger Faith McClellan is a capable, shining heroine you’ll love to root for.” (Jeff Carson, nationally best-selling author of the David Wolf series)

"Terrific. Surprisingly edgy and with a twist around every corner, the skilled and talented LynDee Walker sets the listener on an unstoppable ride. Authentic, witty, and compelling - I could not put it down." (Hank Phillippi Ryan, nationally best-selling author of Trust Me)

©2018 LynDee Walker (P)2019 Severn River Publishing

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Great story with dark lines

Fair warning, this story gets really dark towards the end. As expected from this type of book but I didn't really see it coming at the beginning or at all until the end part. When that part is revealed... Well it did make me pretty sick feeling. But - I love faith and the story of her and her family and really look forward to her next stories. I sort of like the Graham angle, but why make him have a casual girl on the side? I'm not impressed with that, he clearly likes Faith back and it feels pointless. I hate that men always have something going on!! Why! Can't she have a guy on the side? Stop stereotyping.

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Narrator Ruined It

I have enjoyed several of LynDee Walker books but the monotonous narrator prevented me from getting very far. I just couldn't listen.

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Ugh

Worst book! I can’t believe I managed to finish. Stupid scenarios, story did not add up and I knew who was the killer. Could have had a good message but that was even messed up.

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On the edge all the way

One of the books that will keep you guessing and engaged and stunned.. ALL of the way!

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A lot of set up for 1st book in series

Good book, though had me rewinding often to remember back stories and who was who.

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Not for me

I didn't really care for this book, but I also didn't like the first Nichelle Clarke book. Now I can't get enough of that series. I will probably give the second book a try.

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New series

I love the new series of books! Great details and suspense! Deep and original characters!

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Turned out to be quite good!

After the first three chapters I almost returned this book, but then the story pulled me in and I also liked the narrator. It turned out to be a story with substance and we'll written. The only thing I felt wasn't necessary, to sound cool, tough, etc., is for the main character to refer to her own behind as "ass", and breasts "tits". She sounds too classy to use those terms. "Butt", is not as harsh, and anything else is better than "tits". But, whatever. Just a thought. Scotty Audible addict.

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Enjoyable

I really loved this book. It gives you all the feels. it is worth the read.

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Overall, I like LynDee's books

The books are far from rocket science, which makes them easy to follow without a whole host of characters and turns. They're fun to listen to and they keep my attention. But LynDee has a few phrases and writing habits that she overuses. Try counting the eye rolls. They get into the double digit in all her books. And she overloads on long drawn out cutesy phrases ("as nervous as a cat with a long tail in a room full of rocking chairs" types of cutesy phrases). She also takes a few liberties on police procedure, as if she's never watched any of the CSI or detective programs on tv. In what universe does a Texas Ranger on vacation just show up to a crime scene uninvited, take evidence that hasn't been photographed and logged and use it to pursue the case? Or invite the mother of the dead girl to the office of one of the detectives so she can tell her that her daughter's dead? Pretty sure that would be the actual detective's job. As I said, not rocket science. And easy to follow. And interesting without straining your brain. But her editor isn't her friend.