Diane Dickson

Editions:Kindle - First kindle edition: £1.99
ISBN: B01N3715HK
Pages: 226
Paperback - First paperback edition: £7.99
ISBN: 978-1520579108
Size: 5x8 in
Pages: 226

Having served time for a murder he did not commit, and then having cleared his name, Simon is deciding on how to rebuild his life. He is visited by a man who believes a family member has also been wrongly convicted for a road accident that killed a girl. So begins Simon's first real private investigation, one that takes him into a tangled web of lies.

A man is in prison for a road accident that killed a girl. But is he guilty, and was it really a hit-and-run?

Having cleared his own name after spending time in prison for a crime he did not commit, Simon Fulton is at a crossroads in his life.

He has been estranged from his only true friend and confidant, Gloria, ever since she discovered her own family’s part in the crime Simon was framed for.

When an older gentleman, Charles Clegg, turns up out of the blue and asks for Simon’s help, he finds it difficult to refuse. Clegg’s brother-in-law has been sent to jail for a hit and run incident, but the businessman believes there is much more to it, and wants Simon to help clear his family’s name.

Simon sets to work on the case whilst simultaneously trying to rescue his relationship with Gloria. If he can convince her to help his investigation, it might mend their friendship and perhaps lead to more. But it might very well lead both of them into danger.

Can he risk losing his one true friend on the outside?

Suspenseful, gripping, emotionally-charged crime fiction

Set in a small town within the rugged landscape of the Yorkshire Moors TANGLED TRUTH is an enjoyable private detective novel that will appeal to a wide audience.

It can be enjoyed on its own or read alongside the previously published TWIST of TRUTH, that features the same two central characters.

Diane Dickson is the author of several works of crime fiction published by The Book Folks. Her books are immensely popular, especially amongst women readers.