No Conscience by Phil M. Williams

Author: Phil M. Williams

Category: Thrillers & Suspense

Regular price: $4.99

Deal price: Free

Deal starts: July 19, 2021

Deal ends: July 19, 2021

Description:

Would you recognize a sociopath in your own family?

Wes Shaw’s different than his siblings—darker, awkward, the perpetual ne’er-do-well. Mary Shaw’s the doting mother, showering her children with gifts from the heart and the pocketbook.

The Shaws have survived divorce and death, but something, or someone, sinister is in their midst. The truth threatens to tear them apart. The lies threaten to tear them apart. Ultimately, they must make a choice with irreversible consequences. Believe the easy lie or the hard truth.

Buy now to discover the Shaw's sinister secret in this tense and twisty psychological thriller.
Adult language and sexual content.

What readers are saying
"Best book I've read in a really long time. His writing is perfect, the right combination of storytelling, suspense, and succinct-ness. Going to read all his other books now!" - Audra O. ★★★★★

"The author captures the subtle manipulations of a Sociopathic person amazingly well. Once I started reading, I couldn't stop until I hit the last page. My only complaint is that it left me wanting more, which is always a good thing." - SWS ★★★★★

"I gave this book 5 stars plus 20 more for a total of 25 stars that's just how excellent it was. This author knows how to write a book that will keep you glued to the pages until you reach the last page. This is a definite must read as well as any other book written by this great author." - Kindle Reader ★★★★★

"This story caught me from page one and I read the whole thing in one day! The characters were so real, and the dialogue was authentic. I have rarely been so completely entertained, informed and captivated." - Darlene ★★★★★

"Great, great, great, read!" - Ed H. ★★★★★

"Best book that is very thought provoking! I’ve known many people who are as manipulating as the main character. No Conscience will make you see people for who they really are." – Rosemary Beattie ★★★★★