Promise You Won't Tell?

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
“I think something might have happened to me Saturday night. Something bad.”

Private Investigator Dani Ripper’s client list is nuttier than the Looney Tunes conga line, but she diligently solves one crazy case after another, waiting for a game-changer.

Enter Riley Freeman, 17-year-old honor student.

Coincidence or crime? Dani agrees to investigate. And the roller coaster ride begins. More
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About John Locke

New York Times best-selling author John Locke holds a Guinness World Record for eBook sales and is the international best-selling author of 38 books in six different genres. He is the 8th author in history to have sold one million eBooks on Kindle, which he achieved in only five months. Locke has had four books in the top ten at the same time, and eight books in the top 43 at the same time, including #1 and #2. Foreign rights to his books have been purchased by the world’s top publishers. Translations include Russian, Spanish, Catalan, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Hungarian, and Lithuanian, with more on the way.

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Hannes Birnbacher reviewed on March 9, 2018

Whoever put this book about sexual abuse and blackmail into the category "young adult or teen" must have a peculiar humour.
This said, it is not what I expected and loved from John Locke. It is very funny but your heart will miss some beats with horror sooner or later. It is about sweet young girls (remember his "Goodbye, Enorma", the sexy 14-years-old?) but these ones are hard and witty. No pets this time as in "don't poke the bear", no funny drunk bantering among men relaxing in the pub. But man, how exciting and tricky the plot does develop! It is a crime story more complicated as those from Agatha Christie. But what I love with E-Books, it plays in our time. There are no carriages and no wood-fired stoves, there are smartphones and computersoftware for secure deleting files.
This author knows his business. It's even free. Read it.
Remark: Usually, I do NOT award ratings. As I recently dissed the author's "Don't poke the bear" with one star only, for a very good reason, I do rate this one anyway, to accomplish a sort of compensation, in honor of his proficiency.
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Bharathi reviewed on Jan. 30, 2017

Had a lot of fun reading this book. It is fast paced, nail bitting and witty.
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