The Perfect Lie - Cheryl Bradshaw

The Perfect Lie

By Cheryl Bradshaw

  • Release Date: 2017-03-01
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 273 Ratings


The devil is in the detail

When true-crime writer Alexandria Weston is found murdered on the last stop of her book tour for The Devil Wakes, a story about the life and death of serial killer Elias Pratt, fellow writer Joss Jax steps in to investigate. 

Joss's search reveals disturbing details from Alexandria's past, and a long list of enemies, each with a secret to hide. Just when Joss believes she's solved the mystery, an unexpected twist rises to the surface, a twist so deadly it unearths Elias Pratt from the grave and changes the lives of those who knew him forever. 

If you enjoy books by Dean Koontz and Robert Dugoni, you'll enjoy reading Cheryl Bradshaw.  

"The ending was a surprise." 

"Bradshaw is an author I can always rely on to entertain." 

"If you love a good story, this is a must."


  • Intriguing story, disgusting character

    By WPChestnut
    creative, intriguing story. The characters are disgusting and unlovable. Unrealistic and criminal tricks invading people’s privacy, home, life. Throw away book and don’t want read from this author.
  • This will keep you interested!

    By Ann Brogley Balloon Twister
    Super characters and plot. Very well written and with a twist you won’t see coming!
  • Great read

    By jerry4rosaka
    Couldn’t put this down
  • Devil Died at Midnight

    By Lisa993
    Another great book by Cheryl Bradshaw
  • All in All Great

    By Countryartist
    I loved the book, but I’m a stickler for errors and there were a few that snagged into my mind and made it less enjoyable. The book and plot were well thought out and written.
  • The Devil Died at Midnight

    By Book 3 in the Cosega Trilogy
    Great story, as were all the other books I have read from Bradshaw. The characters are believable, story line plausible and the details seemingly well researched. I would love to see more books featuring Joss, and maybe even Alexa.
  • Devil Dies At Midnight

    By OscarTod3
    Very good. I love the way you keep us on our toes. I love to read books that I can not figure all the ends and outs. Thank you.
  • The Devil Died at Midnight

    By Lfenlock
    The story held my interest but I don't particularly care for books that go back and forth in time. I don't want to have to remember dates and years, plus it's harder to look back on an e-reader than a paper book. But, again, I did like the story.
  • Cool

    By ligma/sugma
  • The devil died at midnight

    By priestwife
    Liked the book, but Not so much Jos too obnoxious and pushy for not being a cop. Figured the daughter did it way before the ending, but loved the story line. Your books are always interesting, but lighten up this character she is more like a man, than a woman.