Don't Believe It

Don't Believe It by Charlie Donlea
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9780143787211
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Pages
352
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153 x 234mm
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From the author of the bestselling The Girl Who Was Taken comes another impossible-to-put-down novel of suspense.

The Girl of Sugar Beach is about to become the most watched documentary in television history. The ten-part true-crime serial centers on the burning question- did Grace Sebold really murder her boyfriend, or is she the victim of a shocking miscarriage of justice?

For Grace has spent the last ten years in prison, and now she's reaching out to filmmaker Sidney Ryan in a final, desperate attempt to prove her innocence.

As the first episodes go to air, exposing startling new evidence and additional suspects, the series quickly becomes a ratings smash - and Sidney a celebrity in her own right.

Yet by delving deeper into Grace's past, Sidney is uncovering layer after layer of deception. And as she edges closer to the real heart of the story, she must decide if finding the truth is worth risking her newfound fame, her career . . . even her life.
ISBN:
9780143787211
Publication Date:
30 / 04 / 2018
Pages:
352
Dimensions:
153 x 234mm
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I enjoyed Don't Believe It. Written from the perspective of a journalist researching and producing a documentary about a 10 year old crime. A lot of twists and turns to keep you turning the pages, with a gripping ending and an unexpected conclusion for many of the characters. A great whodunnit! - Elizabeth (QBD)
, 03/05/2018
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Grace is in jail & believes she is innocent. Sidney is a filmmaker who can create a persuasive doco to convince the public of Grace's innocence. This modern day making a murderer who dunnit type novel had me putting on my detective hat & looking at the story with an investigative eye. The story conveys both sides of the case creating an up in the air truth, but I say DON'T BELIEVE IT. - Courtney (QBD)
, 02/05/2018
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Ripped-from-the-headlines, Sidney meets Grace when documenting wrongful convictions. Grace is incarcerated for killing her boyfriend, but whodunit? Has Sidney hit pay dirt, or unleashed a calculating killer? With heart-thumping suspense, is the price of fame a price on her head? Not since Making a Murderer has a slippery-slope been as intriguing. As good as Flynn and Slaughter? BELIEVE IT! - Amy (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Another captivating and impeccable novel from the pen of the masterful storyteller, Charlie Donlea. I thoroughly enjoyed the intense, intricate, and intelligent narratives used to convey this suspense filled crime thriller. Don't believe it is a riveting mystery that contains all the elements of a classic 'whodunit'. A thrilling page turner. - Elizabeth (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Told from perspective of investigative journalist presenting a Hit TV program on convicted muderer Grace Sebold,"Don't Believe it by Charlie Donlea" builds up the tension from the very first page. The plot twists and turns leaving you guessing about the killer's true identity and Grace's apparent innocence what culminating in a superb final Twist you'll never see coming. - Lindsay (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Another cracker from Charlie Donlea! This novel is super fast-paced and will have you hooked from the get-go. Also... THE ENDING! I thought I had it all worked out, but boy, was I wrong. If you love staying up until insane-o'clock binge watching the most recent true-crime or conspiracy doco, definitely pick this one up! It's almost so good, you won't believe it... - Kayla (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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For fans of the hit documentary series "Making a Murderer". Donlea has brought us another cracking crime thriller. Grace swear's she is innocent and it is up to Sidney to sift through the deceptions. As we read deeper into it perhaps the truth we seek is more valuable, perhaps more dangerous than we thought. This book will have you reading and re-reading chapters as the twists fly off the pages. - Michael (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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By making a true crime documentary, Sidney Ryan hopes to uncover the guilt or innocence of the currently imprisoned Grace Sebold. Sidney wants to get to the truth of The Sugar Beach Murder... however she is under pressure to produce each episode of her documentary in a timely manner, while also under pressure from the TV executives to deliver new exciting content, while also expected to keep audience ratings up. The plot is amazing and the big twist is ingenious. I really loved this book and you will too. - Sam-Maree (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Grace has been convicted of killing her boyfriend and has spent the last 10 years trying to convince anyone that she didn't do it. Pleading to Sidney Ryan she is innocent Sidney investigates using a tv show based on the case. As the plot thickens, what mysteries will Sidney uncover? No longer safe who will meet their bitter end? - David (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Charlie Donlea has crafted a well thought out novel, that'll have you second guess every sentence. Truely twisted ending that left me shocked and wanting more. This book kept me in suspence from the first chapter to the last. Great book. - Shayne (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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It starts and ends on the cliff edge, where the future was supposed to greet him. Graces boyfriend is dead, and shes the prime suspect. But did she do it? Donleas second novel will keep you guessing page by page. You wont know what hit you with this cliffhanger. - Andree (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Reminiscent of true crime podcasts which end up getting crimes solved, "Don't Believe It" tells the story of a documentary maker who proves a woman innocent. But things aren't as they seem, and the dramatic events kept me reading until late at night to find out the truth. An exciting and thrilling read! - Eleanor (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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This book was like reading a twisted replay of TV's 'Making a Murderer'. The perfect escape for True Crime buffs who need to escape but don't want to stray too far from our beloved genre. - Chaille (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Did she do it?? Don't believe It, is suspenseful from the begining making you wonder if it was Grace or if she was framed?? Following Sidney's story to uncover the truth and waiting to find out who is the killer, makes you want sit in a comfy chair and read for the rest of the day . - Naomi (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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I loved this book with it's characters that you build up a relationship with and feel for them. With it's twists and turns,lies and deception it will keep you turning the pages to the very end. Did Grace Sebold kill her boyfriend? Can Sidney Ryan give her the freedom she believes she deserves? This is one you won't want to put down. - Helen (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Who did it ? That's the question. A great read with a strong plot line. The character of Sidney Ryan with her own agenda to get the facts right and letting the public make their own choice. Grace Sebold the prisoner claming she's innocent of the murder of her boyfriend. A TV series that hits the top ratings , the public that want Grace acquitted and brought home. But wait theres MORE !! - Karen (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Heart-pounding, breath-catching, unputdownable! 'Don't Believe It' by Charlie Donlea is all of these things and more. A young woman accused of murdering her boyfriend, a best friend who could be hiding something, a bed ridden old man who has a unusal interest in the case and a savvy documentary maker who might have bitten off more than she can chew. This book will leave you open-mouthed! - Joanna (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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A novel that takes crime fiction to a new level, a twist at every turn and an ending that you don't see coming and takes you by complete suprise! Don't Believe It by Charlie Donlea is an intreging and cleverly written novel that makes you second guess every assumption you make as you unravel the mystery of The Girl of Sugar Beach. Did Grace murder her boyfriend? - Jodie (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Don't Believe it - Charlie Donlea left me on edge the whole read! Supspense on every page it leaves you questioning even your own thoughts as you try to work out the truth to the conviction of Grace Seabold. Sidney has just convinced the world that Grace is innocent. Now she wonders if she has helped to free a ruthless killer.. Is finding the truth worth risking her newfound fame, even her life? - Lacey (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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This fictional thriller delves into a world of true crime and and will keep you guessing to the end. As Sidney uncovers the deceptions of murder and justice, she will have to make some startling decisions that could either mean justice or the end of her career. - Christopher (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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The Girl of Sugar Beach is the most watched documentary in television history—a riveting, true-life mystery that centres on a fascinating question: Did Grace Sebold murder her boyfriend, Julian, while on a Spring Break vacation, or is she a victim of circumstance and poor police work? - Christine (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Charlie Donlea has written a great crime thriller that keeps you guessing. Grace Sebold is in prison for the murder of her boyfriend 10 years ago. A documentary crew interviews her for an upcoming TV special. What they find will keep you guessing.Did she do it or not ? You be the judge ! A great read for crime / thriller lovers. Short chapters keep the story rattling along at a cracking pace. - Peter (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Don't believe It is a ruthless and suspensful journey through the discovery and conviction of Grace Sebold. Did Grace Sebold murder her boyfriend, Julian, while on a Spring Break vacation, or is she a victim of circumstance and poor police work. This novel will excite and mystify the reader, this is an excellent addition to the thriller category. - Nick (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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I haven't had a book mess with my perceptions this much since Girl on the Train! Trying to figure out if Grace was innocent or guilty was as hard as trying to put down this book - be prepared to read it in one go. Charlie Donlea weaves together a gripping thriller, but be warned - you won't be ready for the ending! - Alexandra (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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My favourite book that I've read in 2018. A gripping, spooky tale following a documentary maker investigating a 10 year old murder, becoming more and more convinced that the wrong woman was sentenced. It was easy to forget that this title is in fact fiction as I felt as though I was witnessing a real life crime documentary. Riveting and terrifying, this book is a must read for crime lovers. - Mitchell (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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The light doesn't often penetrate into the darkest depths of the ocean. Kinda like that old shell game that slides and switches the hidden ball beneath. You thought you knew exactly where it was. Trust me.....you won't. Being a documentary film-maker can have its occasional perks if the right story comes along. Just ask Sidney Ryan and her crew. It's feast or famine and very little in between. It's also a cut-throat business that depends on ratings. You gotta stay ahead of the bigger fish or you'll get swallowed up in a heartbeat. But this time Sidney has come across a ten year old case set on the sandy beaches of the tropical St. Lucia in the Eastern Caribbean. Murder somehow doesn't seem to fit in a high class resort setting. But Julian Crist was dead before he could even say, "Pass the sunscreen." His girlfriend, Grace Sebold, has been prosecuted and convicted of his murder and has been sitting in a prison cell on the island ever since. The St. Lucian jury thought it was a slam dunk. Case closed....until Sidney comes along. Donlea is a master when it comes to sowing doubt. He made me doubt my suspicions, regardless of what Sidney herself believed. This book asks all the questions that so often plague people when faced with these extraordinary cases. What if she didn’t do it? What is she did? What was her motive? Could someone else have done it? - Louise (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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Charlie Donlea as done it again. For fans of 60 Minutes/Sunday Night/ A Current Affair, THIS IS YOUR PERFECT FICTIONAL COMPANION. Brilliantly written, the story of Grace Sebold, the woman wrongfully accused of her boyfriend's murder, is told by a filmmaker Sidney Ryan as a behind the scenes expose of all the evidence the starts to point the finger in all the right direction. Masterpiece!! - Hannah (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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A who done it murder mystery with a twist of excitement leading up to the main she-bang. Keeps you guessing until the end. Having the documentary narrative throughout the book was a nice break between the mainstream story telling. It got me thinking which characters I should be trusting and which I shouldnt. - Belinda (QBD)
, 01/05/2018
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With a documentary digging into a decade old case, and the sway of social media, this is a modern take on a typical whodunnit. It forces readers to question who they really trust. Written in heavily descriptive prose to capture the methodical workings of producer Sidney as she works to uncover the truth; who really killed Julian? Has an innocent woman spent 10 years in jail? Who do you believe? - Rosie (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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Thats the question we're all wondering right! you will have to read further into the fantastic twisting novel to find out the truth. As the story unravells you get more intrigued with the events that occur. Did Grace Seabold commit a crime? Why is this new filmmaker so into her story? Is this a book that could possibly leave you breathless or even mindboggled? Well theres only one way to find out. - Ane (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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A documentary maker; a 10 Year old murder case and a woman who may have been wrongly accused. Charlie Donlea has done it again with this fanastic novel. I enjoyed this book greatly and think its perfect for fans of The Girl on the Train and Woman in the Window. This book is one you just can't put down! - Elizabeth (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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This new crime novel has two old friends reunite under unfortunate cirumstances. Grace has been convicted of murder and calls upon the film making skills of her friend Sidney. Will Sidney be able to make a documantary that proves Grace's innocence? Fast paced, surprising and different. - Kate (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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If there's one thing Don't Believe It does make you believe, it's that it's a fantastic thriller that grips you immediately with page one. About a filmmaker who helps clear a convicted woman of murder, what seems like a normal investigation soon turns out to be a bigger and deadlier than ever. - Andrew (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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'Don't Believe It' challenges the conventional Crime Thiller format while still keeping readers on their toes. A fast paced story that jumps from past to present allows the reader an attempt to piece the puzzle together. But can you? Is Grace innocent or not? A shocking last minute twist left me wanting to read more and more. Charlie Donlea has given us a real page turner. - Carla (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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Did she do it, or is she innocent? Grace Sebold has been a prosoner for over a decade for the death of her partner. Her only hope is film maker Sydney. A gripping novel keeping you on the edge of your seat going through the motions of the crime step by step. I couldn't put this down!!! - Taryn (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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Charlie Donlea has created an absolute MASTERPIECE with 'Don't Believe it'. I was on the edge of my seat reading the story of Grace Sebold, who has spent the last 10 years in prison for a murder she swears she did not commit, and Sidney Ryan a reporter who is about to shed a new light on the crime. The twists this novel took were so unexpected and i thoroughly enjoyed reading it! - Jessica (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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Charlie Donlea creates an engaging novel that includes the reader in the search to find the truth of what really happned on the night of Julian Crist's murder. As a reader you too are taken on the journey of the documentry's creation and with each story told a new twist emerges. This novel had me guessing to the end as I too struggled to decide if Grace Sebold was as innocent as she pleaded. - Ruby (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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A picturesque Island, a reporter asking questions, a brutal murder Charlie Donlea's newest masterpiece "Don't Believe it" it the story of accused murderer Grace Sebold. But was she just a Puppet in a sinister game? Constant twists and turnswill surely have you guessing until the final page. Clear your schedule because "Don't Believe it" is one thiller you will not want to put down. - Kale (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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This book was impossible to put down! It had me hooked from the very beginning, and the constant twists in the plot left me wanting more. Full of suspense, it's the perfect fiction for both crime and true crime fans looking for something a bit different..a fantastic read! - Lynda (QBD)
, 30/04/2018
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A ten year old murder case comes back to light, and things aren't adding up this time. With all the hallmarks of an addictive TV show (think Making a Murderer), this novel is enhanced through an easy flowing narrative which not only captures the case, but also the soul of the characters living on page. If you're looking for a great, captivatingly mysterious read, then look no further! - Melanie (QBD)
, 29/04/2018
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This is a brilliantly written can't put down murder suspence novel. Grace has spent 10yrs in prison for the murder of her boyfriend. But did she do it? Film maker Sidney Ryan begins researching and uncovers evidence that was overlooked in the original investigation Because of Sidney's TV series public outcry causes the case to reopen. Is Grace innocent? Does Sidney risk her life to find the truth? - Jo (QBD)
, 29/04/2018
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A gripping mystery that is just begging to be read in one hit, Don't Believe It pulls you in from the first page. Did Grace kill her boyfriend, or has she spent 10 years in prison for a crime someone else committed? The twists and turns in this book keep you needing to know more until you reach an ending that you really didn't see coming. - Jordanna (QBD)
, 29/04/2018
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The best way to describe Charlie Donlea's "Don't Believe It" is binge-worthy. Utterly unputdownable, Donlea crafts a fantastic story that is as gripping as it is memorable. Don't Believe It is a thought provoking work of crime fiction that has you questioning the killer's intent as well as the intent of those who're supposed to uphold the law. #wouldrecommend - Tristan (QBD)
, 29/04/2018
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"Is fame and fortune enough or is the truth the only thing that matters?" A riveting mystery that keeps the reader turning pages from start to finish. Well written with suspense and a few twists along the way. We are introduced to Sidney Ryan, a true crime documentary film maker researching and producing her latest show on prime time TV involving the possible wrongful conviction of Grace Sebold. Grace, a medical student with a budding future, was convicted of murdering her boyfriend in St. Lucia in cold blood but has maintained her innocence. The story captures national attention as the documentary reveals historical pressures on St. Lucian authorities to quickly solve the murder and a botched investigation. Did Grace really kill her boyfriend on that fateful night, has she been denied her freedom, or is she the puppet master of a sinister game? - Lacey (QBD)
, 29/04/2018
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A work of fiction has never felt so real. Charlie Donlea has captured the intruigue and feeling of "Making a murderer" and put you in the moment of a true-crime documentary in the making. With an ending that will shock you to the core this book is set to be one of the best crime fictions of 2018. - Kimberley (QBD)
, 29/04/2018
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"The blood was a problem. I knew it as soon as I felt it spit across my face." Ten years ago, Grace was accused of killing her boyfriend in St. Lucia and she’s been in jail there ever since. As Sidney starts to investigate the crime things don’t add up. Why was so much evidence overlooked? What really happened all those years ago? - Jaidyn (QBD)
, 29/04/2018
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I love to play super slueth but I never guessed how this cleverly constructed book would end. Murder,secrets and lies twisted together with obsession, passion and revenge make it utterly compelling. Better than Girl on a Train and with pace to rival any James Patterson. You won't be able to put it down - Gillian (QBD)
, 28/04/2018
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With 'Don't Believe It' Charlie Donlea continues to refine the style that made 'The Girl Who Was Taken' a smashing success. If you take this book home with you you'll be opening your heart to a deep mystery, masterfully told, that'll have you questioning what the meaning of justice truly is. Whether you're an old fan, or one in the making, this soon-to-be hit deserves a top spot on your bookshelf - Samuel (QBD)
, 28/04/2018
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You will want to punch Sidney's boss in the face... You will want to believe in Grace's innocence, You will want the story to conclude, but also never end. - Peta (QBD)
, 28/04/2018
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Charlie Donlea! my, my, my, what a well played plot twist you added! Riveting novel that grabs you from the very first page. The emotional roller coaster, the flooded thoughts, wanting to be believe but not wanting to be fooled. A must read! - Lauren (QBD)
, 28/04/2018
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I absolutely love a great thriller and again Charlie Donlea hasn't disappointed me. Right from the first chapter I didn't really trust Grace, and as the story unravelled I was left wanting to know what exactly happened, as you will too. A true masterpiece that will leave you wishing there was a mini series. - Amanda (QBD)
, 28/04/2018
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When filmmaker Sidney is contacted by Grace Sebold, she is offered the career chance of a lifetime. A tv serial proving Grace's innocence, after 10 years of the world believing she killed her boyfriend in a Spring Break gone bad. Mysteries are uncovered and unraveled, but something doesn't feel quite right - and soon Sidney's own life may be in danger. A must for 'Making a Murderer' and crime fans - Emily (QBD)
, 27/04/2018
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A book of twists, turns and intriguing suspense comes the tale of filmmaker, Sidney Ryan, desperate to seek the truth after Grace Sebold is accused of murdering her boyfriend. Sidney must uncover the layers of this puzzling crime and risk everything she's ever known, maybe even her life. Two girls. One crime. One truth. Can Sidney prove Grace's innocence? I just couldn't put this one done! - Tia - Tia (QBD)
, 27/04/2018
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A great suspense thriller that grabs you right from the start. A riveting mystery with lots of unexpected twists and turns, a real page turner. - Colette (QBD)
, 27/04/2018
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WOW! What a book! What can I say about this book? I could not put this down until the very last page. You are taken along through the discovery of facts from the perspective of the main character Sidney. Sidney is producing a real time documentary about a crime committed 10 years ago, the accused is pleading innocence. As you delve deeper into this fast paced novel you learn the clues as she learns them which drives you to read quicker to uncover the "truth". So similar in style to the documentary "Making A Murderer" which was impossible to turn off as we were glued to our seats watching - you just wanted to know, Did he do it? I was not prepared for the ending! Literally throwing my book over the couch shouting "No way", as I then had to climb over the couch to retrieve the book as I needed to know more. - Courtney (QBD)
, 26/04/2018
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Full of suspense and more twists and turns than The Great Ocean Road, Charlie Donlea's latest release will have you both believing and doubting Grace's innocence. Is she the innocent victim of a botched investigation? Was she set up? Or is she really guilty? You'll have to read to find out. A fantastic crime novel. - Julie (QBD)
, 26/04/2018
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A young woman has been convicted for a murder, serving time in a foreign country. After many letters from Grace in her prison cell and her best friend Ellie, Sidney Ryan, an ambitious documentary maker, will attempt to exonerate her via an investigative television special. After a hectic investigation uncovering overlooked evidence from the original case, Sidney's efforts result in the release of Grace Sebold. Did Sidney get to the truth, or has she just made the biggest mistake of her life? - Nathan (QBD)
, 26/04/2018
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If you like true crime podcasts, Netflix's Making A Muderer, or the Amanda Knox story, boy howdy do I have a book for you! If you're a murderino and need a break from real crimes, this is an amazing choice. It follows a True Crime Documentarian while she tries to unravel the truth and lies of a murder committed 10 years ago. I loved it, and couldn't wait to find out- Did Grizly Grace kill him??? - Karina (QBD)
, 26/04/2018
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Grace Sebold, who was accused and sent to jail for murdering her boyfriend reaches out to Sidney Ryan, a documentary producer asking her to investigate the 10 year old crime to find loop-holes she insists were originally missed. Fans of 'Making a Murderer' will become addicted to this fast-paced murder mystery entwined with a captivating documentary aspect! - Belinda (QBD)
, 25/04/2018
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Oh My Goodness... Charlie Donlea certainly took us on the best investigative journey. Just when you think you know where it is going... You are wrong!... so many times I thought I had it... but I didn't. I found that twists would not conclude until the last page and it was NEVER WHAT I THOUGHT! Edge of my seat, gripping the pages and loosing track of time are definitely symptoms experienced during this invigorating read! - Cassandra (QBD)
, 24/04/2018
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"The blood was a problem". With an opening like that, is it any wonder that Charlie Donlea's Book will have you hooked? An absolute page turner, from the beginning, and it will certainly have you questioning everything up until the very end. You feel as if you are investigating the documentary with Sidney Ryan, the woman who will have to choose between fame and fortune, or the truth. - Kylie (QBD)
, 23/04/2018
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Don't Believe It is perfect for true crime documentary fans; the novel feels like TV show playing out in real time. Grace Sebold is in prison for a crime she claims she didn't commit. Sidney Ryan, renowned for her true crime documentaries is convinced Grace is innocent and sets out to prove it using the power of television. A riveting and fast paced thriller. - Nola (QBD)
, 23/04/2018
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Follow Sidney Ryan's journey as she delves into Grace Sebold's murder conviction. Sidney is determined to uncover the truth in order to reveal whether she is the victim of injustice or a murderer. This is a well written psychological murder mystery. Just when you think you've worked it out...Think again. With shocking twists, turns, new evidence and revealing secrets, this book is hard to put down - Rebecca (QBD)
, 19/04/2018
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A riveting mystery that will keep you guessing from the start to finish. Documentry film maker, Sidney Ryan, has a reputation for proving the innocence of convicted criminals. She chooses the case of Grace Sebold who she knew through college & who has been in jail for the last 10 years after being convicted of killing her boyfriend. Well written full of suspense with a few twists along the way. - Wade (QBD)
, 18/04/2018
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Sidney Ryan is a documentary producer. She finds inmates who were wrongfully accused of crimes they did not commit and provides her TV series as a medium to get to the truth. In the case of “The Girl Of Sugar Beach”, Grace Sebold has been convicted and imprisoned for ten years for pushing her boyfriend off a cliff. Will Sidney be able to provide a TV documentary worth watching? Will Sidney see to Grace's release? Will Grace really be innocent? So many twists and the ending... you will never see it coming. - Albert (QBD)
, 17/04/2018
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Did Grace Sebold kill the man that she loved..this is the question we all want answered. After a thrill ride full of twists and turns, Donlea delivers a captivating ending with this book. This is the second novel of his that I have read and it did not disappoint. - Yvonne (QBD)
, 17/04/2018
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"Don't Believe It" is a crime thriller with a psychological twist. I loved this almost as much as Caroline Overington's "The One Who Got Away". Grace Sebold is arrested for the murder of her boyfriend while on holiday in the Carribean. She spends ten years in jail there. After exhausting all possibilities for appeal, she reaches out to an old friend Sidney, who makes documentaries. Her shows have led to exoneration of two previous people who had been wrongly incarcerated. Grace has always proclaimed her innocence, that she loved her boyfriend and could never kill him. While we follow the investigation that Sidney makes, we are led to believe that Grace has been sent to jail because it was convenient. All evidence to convict her was found and anything that didn't match was ignored. From the large list of players any one of them could have killed Julian, yet only Grace was arrested. Was it a travesty of justice, or is she a cold-blooded killer? Sidney is showing her viewers each week what she has discovered as she finds it. She doesn't know what will be found and whether Grace really is innocent or not. Each show has more people watching who have an opinion on the guilt or innocence of Grace Sebold. With mounting evidence showing that Grace had been "framed" she is released from jail. However, in the following week more evidence comes to light that does question that decision. You are kept guessing right to the end. Is Grace innocent or guilty? Read and find out... - Kerryn (QBD)
, 16/04/2018
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"Don't Believe It" is an intriguing crime thriller with a psychological twist. Grace Sebold has spent ten years in prison after allegedly murdering her boyfriend while on holiday. With a cast of possible murderers, twists abound. Who killed Julian Crist? - Kerryn (QBD)
, 16/04/2018
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Charlie Donlea writes in a manner that takes you straight into his created world and makes you feel like you are on the journey yourself. With so many twists and game changers you don't see coming, it is definitely worth the read. - Angelique (QBD)
, 14/04/2018
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“How can it not influence us? She killed other people!” Such a thrilling, documentary of an imprisoned woman, Grace, who's guilt has been called into question. An investigation that will be broadcast to an audience with expectations of excitement and conclusions. Sidney must appease the audience, the TV executives, Grace and, most importantly, the truth. Will Sidney find the truth? - Stacey (QBD)
, 12/04/2018
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NO WAY!... NO WAY will you see this ending coming. I am still trying to process what I just read. Oh, it is so good. If you have not read any of Charlie Donlea's books RECTIFY THAT SITUATION RIGHT NOW! - Sam-Maree (QBD)
, 12/04/2018
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A pulsating, riveting and spin-tingling book with stunning twists, suspense and reveals. Charlie Donlea takes the reader along a path for you to discover whether Grace is a sinister, conniving manipulator capable of commiting the crime she has been imprisoned for or if there is something flowing sinuously beneath. An intriguing read that had me captivated from beginning to end. Utterly exquisite!! - Sheridan (QBD)
, 10/04/2018
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An exciting murder mystery, Don't Believe It is full of twists and turns that kept in on the edge of my seat. This is the first book I have read by this author and itf it is any indication of what to expect in other I will definitely be recommending and reading more.Full of surprising twists that leaves you guessing till the very last page. - Sally (QBD)
, 05/04/2018
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Right or wrong, good or bad, innocent or a brilliant evil... Grace has been imprisoned for ten years, convicted of The Sugar Beach Murder, where her boyfriend was pushed off a cliff, and now she wants out. By means of Sidney Ryan, a documentary investigator who researches “wrongly” imprisoned cases to find the truth, Grace will have the audience finally believing in her innocence. Sidney finds so much overlooked evidence from the original investigation. With the series nearly at a close Sidney receives a letter saying she got it all wrong. - Sam-Maree (QBD)
, 04/04/2018
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WOW! I could not put 'Don't Believe It' down - you MUST read it. The novel is centered on filmmaker Sidney Ryan, who is hurtled into the spotlight when her true crime serial on Grace Sebold goes to air. Meanwhile, Grace has spent the last ten years in prison for manslaughter, and reaches out to Sidney in a desperate attempt to clear her own name... before it's too late. As the worlds of these two women collide, friendships are tested, careers are sacrified and the idea of good vs evil is questioned. I loved the way the author kept the reader contstantly guessing if Grace was innocent or guilty, if Sidney's motives for making the serial were pure or not, but most of all, I ADORED the twist at the end. Trust me - read this, and you will NOT regret it! - Emily (QBD)
, 31/03/2018

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