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    A compelling thriller

    After Anna’s parents, Tom and Caroline, committed suicide within months of each other, Anna seeks help from counsel Mark. They become personally involved and soon Anna is pregnant and gives birth to their daughter. At the one year anniversary of Caroline’s death Anna receives a card suggesting her death wasn’t a suicide. Anna approaches the police with this information, and Murray, a semiretired detective, begins to investigate. What transpires will shake Anna to her core. I enjoyed the author’s previous books and this one did not disappoints!
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    Good but not amazing

    Good book but I Let You Go was wayyyy better and I See You also more engaging. The 'twist' I managed to guess early on so a bit predictable.
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    Amzing

    It has been awhile since I have been able to find a book that had me so riveted! This one had so my twists I could barlwy put i down
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    Wow.

    Wow. Just wow. This book was amazing. Thriller right until the end. I didn’t see any of it coming.
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    Excellent Psychological Thriller

    Let Me Lie is a true psychological thriller. The suspense, the mystery, the secrets all feed into the story keeping the reader guessing as to what will happen next. There were so many twists and turns that I found myself wanting to skip ahead and see where they were heading. And oh the lies… so many lies. Lies on top of lies on top of lies. Sounds like it could get confusing but it was just the opposite. They all played into the story perfectly. The story is told from multiple points of views. I loved that one of the points of view was unidentified. This kept me guessing as who was telling their story without revealing themselves. From the different voices it was fun to try to tell who was lying, who was telling the truth, and who was telling the story as they knew it whether truthful or not. If you are looking for a psychological thriller full of twists and moment that will make you stop and think…Let Me Lie is the book for you.
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