The Truth Will Out is written from two storylines, Eva's and the investigation of the murder by DCI Helen Lavery.
What I liked: Ms Isaac's writing is very descriptive and the story flows extremely well. Even though this is the second novel starring DCI Helen Lavery, I didn't feel lost. It could be read as a stand alone novel but I do feel I missed some character development.
It wasn't a riveting read but it was the type of book that once started, you want to finish it. I had an idea of some of the bad guy(s) and was a bit disappointed in that area. The quality of the writing more than made up for this though.
The synopsis more than describes the basis of the story. I found Helen to be a complex, conflicted character. She was trying to balance her management style (hands on) while being the mother of two teenage boys.
I was very impressed with the ending of the story and will read the next in the series to see if Helen changes her job approach.
What I didn't like: As I said, this is written from two viewpoints. I didn't think Eve's view should have been so prominent. There were sections of her story that I did speed read through. Some of the background and her thoughts were needed to flesh out the story but I was essentially almost bored with her character. I found Helen and her investigation more interesting.
At Amazon the Kindle version is $7.39 and the paperback is $9.20. The Truth Will Out is offered at Barnes & Noble as a Nook book at $8.49