John Quinn, an investigative journalist on England’s biggest-selling and most notorious tabloid newspaper, is about to write the story of his life – a kiss-and-tell with one of the country’s most powerful men at its heart. But the story dies when Lorna Thomas, the kiss in his kiss-and-tell, kills herself on a quiet country road.
Unable to accept her twin’s suicide, Laurie Thomas follows in her sister’s footsteps to London and to the heart of government. And as she becomes more involved in Lorna’s world, she grows more convinced than ever that Lorna did not take her own life. But if Lorna didn’t kill herself, who did?
Laurie Thomas Cannot accept that her Identical twin sister Lorna committed suicide. And sets about trying to live the life Lorna lived to find out just what happened. And if it wasn't suicide then what was it?
A lot of answers need answering, and Laurie get's the help from Lorna's last employer The Deputy Prime Minister.
But Lorna was having an affair, And was she really about to sell her kiss and tell story to journalist John Quinn. Quinn thinks once Lorna has killed herself that the story has gone with her, but could he be wrong. Could the story now be twice as juicy, and could it change the rest of his career.
I'm finding it difficult to write this without giving up to much of the story, I will say that I did enjoy the book, I thought it was very well written with a great plot. However at times I could have quite happily slapped the The Deputy PM right round the choppers. I guess this story also shows how Grief affects different people in different ways.
But just how far will you go to get the answer's you need?
A very enjoyable and easy read.