Blurb; Konrad Neale is a television presenter. His waning career has been given a new lease of life since he took on a series of hard-hitting documentaries that investigate miscintertwinesarriages of justice.
Matthew Hawley has been convicted of the brutal murder of his wealthy attractive wife Helena. However, he has no memory of the events and insists he is not responsible for willingly killing her.
When Konrad interviews Matthew in prison, he explores the details of the murder and the possible motives behind it. But all is not as it seems.
Did Matthew murder his wife?
Soon the search is on to identify who else might be involved in the murder of Helena and Konrad is about to learn that sometimes the camera lies.
My Review; I liked how this story started off as more of an interview to get the story going and a documentary of the case… But then it completely had me hooked how everything intertwines! A good story, with a great plot and twist towards the end for readers. It kept me on my toes and I did not guess the plot at all!
This story ends with a round up of a court case making this a perfect crime, thriller and detective story for readers. I enjoyed reading this story and awarded a well deserved four stars. The Camera Lies is well written and one of those stories that makes you go “OH! Thats why it’s called that”. Highly recommend. It does however contains some dark parts throughout and violent sex scenes.