Fifty-Fifty by Steve Cavanagh

Lee and Vic weren’t the only ones to love Fifty-Fifty by Steve Cavanagh… Here is a book review from the QBD crew:

Conman turned lawyer Eddie Flynn returns for a fifth outing in the thrilling (and often chilling) Fifty-Fifty. Respected socialite Alexandra and her mentally unstable sister Sofia are on trial for the brutal murder of their father, each accusing the other of the crime. Cavanagh has gifted us with a fast-paced page-turner, with unpredictable twists that will keep you guessing until the very end …

– Darren, QBD Eastland

This is one of those rare novels that grips you from the first page and you just have to keep on turning to find out what happened. Sisters Alexandra and Sofia Avellino have both made the same call to the police – their father has been murdered and both are accusing the other of being responsible. Cancel all your plans because you won’t want t do anything else until you’ve finished this one!

– Harriet, QBD Rockingham

Holy smokes Steve Cavanagh has done it again!! His newest novel Fifty-Fifty takes readers on a wild who-dunnit rollercoaster ride that I COULD NOT put down. Alexandra and Sofia are sisters, both discovered their father’s mutilated body, both insist they are innocent, so who is lying? This book will grab hold of you and not let go- so stop reading this review and start reading this book!

– Hope, QBD Kawana

A gruesome murder. Two sisters. Two suspects. One story. Who do you believe? This book is incredible! It will not only keep you guessing, but it’ll also hold you in a state of rapture as you try to untangle the web of truth and lies. Although technically the fifth in a series, ‘Fifty Fifty’ works perfectly as a standalone. If you’ve never read Steve Cavanagh, this will definitely have you hooked!

– Alyssa, QBD Penrith


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