This book was sent to Traveling With T in exchange for an honest review.
Clyde Shaw makes her living as a top news producer for First News. Clyde has seen many things and been involved in many breaking news stories. But Clyde is about to experience more than just a breaking story- she is about to face a life-changing news story.
When Clyde gets a phone call about a murder at a ritzy apartment building, she wonders who it is and tries to contact her best friend, Olivia, to get the inside scoop. But Olivia cannot help Clyde because she is the story. Olivia has been beaten to death and Clyde vows to get to the bottom of the story and bring Olivia’s killer to justice.
This is going to be a hard case because of Clyde’s personal connection to Olivia and because all the other news stations are looking to scoop each other. Clyde feels frustrated because it seems like she is getting scooped by the other networks. Clyde wants to honor her friendship with Olivia, but as the other networks start to play dirty and reveal things about Olivia- Clyde begins to worry about her job and desperately crave a drink.
As Clyde gets closer to the truth, the stakes get higher- and it becomes not just about finding out what who killed Olivia, but all the secrets she knew.
And what she meant by the last text sent to Clyde…..
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
Wow. After reading SOCIAL DEATH, I know how cut-throat the news world can be. Clyde is an incredible character- flawed, oh so flawed; but with a goodness about her.
The mystery had enough twists and turns- as the reader I thought I had it figured out a couple of times, but not really. Now, the story is not perfect- there was a few times I wanted to shake Clyde and a couple of plot points that was not as strong as the rest of the story. However, those are small quibbles in a book that is definitely an interesting read.
All in all, if you are looking for a good book to read- one with mystery and intrigue- then SOCIAL DEATH is for you.
* This book was sent to Traveling With T in exchange for a fair and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.
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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T