Where the Truth Lies is a clever, gripping thriller with complex characters and chilling secrets at its core. Karina Kilmore’s flawed heroine takes us through Melbourne’s gritty underside in a desperate quest to uncover the truth. The investigative journalist battles to piece together a dark puzzle of unexplained deaths, big business, trade unions and media manipulation. I love her feistiness and determination to take on the old boys’ network. This compelling story touches on so many hot-button topics that you’ll keep thinking about it long after you’ve finished the last page. A truly impressive debut.
– Petronella McGovern, bestselling author of Six Minutes
‘A complex and compelling debut that’s impossible to put down!’
– CHRISTIAN WHITE, bestselling author of The Nowhere Child, The Wife and the Widow
‘You will be spellbound … Death comes vividly to life in news reporter Chrissie O’Brian’s chilling search for Where the Truth Lies.'
– JOANNE DRAYTON, author of The Search for Anne Perry, Ngaio Marsh: Her Life in Crime
‘Chrissie O'Brian is a terrific new character to the crime fiction pantheon. Broken, tenacious and uncompromising’
– Mary Martin Bookshop
‘A gritty tale full of twists, Where The Truth Lies is page turner packed with compelling characters. An exciting new voice in Australian crime fiction.’
– JANE HARPER, bestselling author of The Dry, Force of Nature, The Lost Man
‘A gripping and gritty novel introducing a heroine who’s just as layered and complex’
– Who magazine
‘The breakout hit of the year’
– Woman’s Day
‘Chrissie’s desperate race to uncover the truth will have you hooked’
– Herald Sun
‘Excellent Aussie crime, with polished writing, great structure, compelling characters and a vivid Melbourne setting. There is a lot of buzz around this book and rightly so. It’s a fantastic read and definitely one you need to get your hands on immediately'
– Better Reading
‘Journalist Karina Kilmore brings a wealth of insider knowledge to this explosive crime thriller.’
– Australian Women’s Weekly
'It’s easy to see why everyone’s talking about this debut novel.’
– Newtown Review of Books