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Let Her Lie by Bryan Reardon

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Book Summary

Theo Snyder is at the end of his rope. One minute he was on top of the world, his documentary film The Basement a massive critical and commercial hit, the next crestfallen when his latest film was canceled after an embarrassingly public misstep. As his desperation grows, he makes a bold decision: to pursue the story of the notorious “Halo Killer,” Jasper Ross-Johnson. But delving into the life and mind of a serial killer could prove more deadly than Theo ever could have imagined.

At first, things are looking up. Jasper is willing to talk, the footage of the jailhouse meetings is spectacular, and famed investigator Zora Neale Monroe joins him on the project. Theo is sure he’s getting close to something no one else has discovered: the truth about why Jasper was captured before he could kill his final victim. Someone else was on the beach that day, someone who knows a lot more than they’re telling and just might know how it all happened. The truth could lead to more killing–unless Theo can uncover the real ending to the story of the Halo Killer first.


Condition: New

Hardcover, Published February 9, 2021 by Crooked Lane Books

ISBN: 1643855697


2 reviews for Let Her Lie by Bryan Reardon

  1. KC

    3.5 rounded up to 4…

    This is my first book from this author, but I’ve heard great things. I was excited to read this one when I heard about it. This one had my attention in the beginning and then regained it at the end, but it never fully grabbed me. I did enjoy how this took place in Delaware, and threw in mentions of Maryland, as that is where I am. Good fairly unique plot and packed with twists too. If you are a fan of this author, or enjoy books based on serial books def this give this one a read.

  2. Blondethrillerbooklover


    Theo had a meteoric rise to fame for making a documentary that took the world by storm. But, then a scandal decimated that fame, leaving him a pariah. He moves from LA to New York to attempt to start over.

    Then an infamous serial killer contacts him from prison saying he is willing to let Theo make a documentary about him.

    It could be the story that restarts Theo’s career…. but once he delves into the project, he quickly realizes it is way bigger than it seems…..

    I really liked the first half of this book, but the second half got a bit convoluted. It’s obvious the author is talented, it just felt like he tried to cram too much into a small space. Too many misdirections on top of each other. But, overall a pretty good book for fans of action movies and books.

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