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  • Tangled web

    It took me a little while to get into this as I couldn’t fully understand how Lucy, having escaped an abusive relationship which left her with trust issues, would in a very short space become so tightly intertwined with her new neighbours Vera and John. Once I got past that though the story really kept me in my toes, it really plays with you head wondering what is real and what isn’t and just who can you trust. I didn’t find Lucy an easy character and Vera seems quite a complex character however that worked well for the purpose of the story. The fact it was told purely from Lucy’s perspective worked exceptionally well as you could sense her confusion and fear and as a reader you’re in the dark as much as she is. This is definitely a story with many layers and will keep you second guessing

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  • Tense & Exhilarating

    A really engrossing psychological thriller that held me under its spell from the first chapter. In this cracking début the reader is introduced to protagonist Lucy King, who has moved to Woodstock, New York, looking for a fresh start. She meets her next-door neighbours, Vera and John, and they begin to spend a lot of their time together. Lucy fled from Brooklyn and her abusive partner, Davis, and is thrilled that she gets on so well with her new friends. However, Vera and John have problems of their own, so Lucy agrees to help them form a plan. But now, Lucy's life has become a mire of closely guarded secrets and white lies... One White Lie is a heart-pounding thriller with a myriad of unexpected twists. Breathtakingly paced, the menace, threats and tense atmosphere all come across very strongly in this wicked and complex plot. As doubts are cast one after another, I struggled to keep up with all of the misdirections as my mind swung from differing scenarios then back again. High in shock value, One White Lie is an extremely good read with some excellent characterisation by Leah Konen. A stunning début that is well worth a look for lovers of the genre. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Penguin UK - Michael Joseph via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • One white lie

    Well worth reading enjoyed it a lot.It kept you guessing till the end.

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  • Awesome book

    Kept me enthrolled right to the lssg - felt there was more to Racheal but not Lucy twisted right back on itself~ bring on the next book

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  • One White Lie

    So many twists & turns to keep you guessing and a great ending.

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