All The Hidden Truths by Claire Askew
Description: All the Hidden Truths is the story of a tragic shooting at an Edinburgh college and its aftermath. It is narrated by three women at the heart of the story - the mother of a victim and the mother of the shooter, and DI Helen Birch who is tasked in solving the case. The book is both a "knotty crime novel" and a story of grief "trying to make sense of something that defies reason".
Readers of Kate Atkinson, Denise Mina and Susie Steiner will love it – along with anyone who wants their fiction both moving and gripping.
My Review: I found this book to be a captivating read.
I found that the teenager was out of control and what he did in the end was to end what he did.
The emotions are run high Edinburgh in the book.
By reading from three points of views, it shows every detail from every chapter from each point of views.
This book was a very absorbing read and I would like to read this book again someday.