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    Lies

    This was a very entertaining psychological thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat. Joe is basically a stay-at-home dad who is out driving with his young son when they see his wife driving and on the spur of the moment decide to follow her into a hotel parking lot. What he witnesses is his wife having a heated argument with a family friend and when he intervenes they come to blows and punches are exchanged and the friend, Ben, is knocked to the ground where he hits his head and is left unconscious. In the meantime, Joe's son suffers an asthma attack and he leaves to seek medical attention and when he returns Ben and his wife are gone. Are you hooked yet? This is just the start. There are so many twists and turns to keep the pages turning and a well developed story it was hard to put this one down, so I didn't. I recommend this one! **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    Twists And Turns!

    Joe Lynch is an average kinda guy. He’s a teacher, married to a beautiful woman, with an adorable four-year-old son. He’s happy with his lot, content in his marriage. Until the day he’s confronted with evidence that his wife might be having an affair, and his love rival sets out to destroy his life. T.M. Logan has set out a masterful tale with a somewhat unreliable narrator, struggling to find his way through the sudden curveball life has thrown him, and it’s interesting to see how Joe struggles with his own feelings, his anger, and trying to both maintain and defend his status quo. A rare first-person tale, Lies confronts us with our own insecurities surrounding relationships and ups the ante with a twisty tale of betrayal, online subterfuge, and suspected murder. Seriously. What if your whole life was based on lies? At various points, I looked at other characters with my own suspicion and thought I had figured it out, but when Mr Logan finally lets us in on the conclusion of the story, it’s not exactly what you expect. An extra twist adds to the shock factor. The inclusion of day-to-day social networking activities and our dependence on it, our tablets and our phones, adds a little touch of reality and mystery. All in all, Lies is a good, easy read, although I felt it dragged a little somewhere in the middle. That wasn’t enough to hinder my enjoyment, and I would definitely recommend this one as one of the better reads of 2018. I received this book in return for my honest review.
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    A Great Read!!!

    What happens when an innocent request by your child winds up turning your whole life upside down? This is what happens to Joe. As he witnesses an argument between his wife and a male friend of theirs he’s quite perplexed. To remove his son from a potentially upsetting situation his wife speeds out of the parking garage, confronting the friend who then tries to attack him. He pushes the friend out of the way, injuring him. Before he can decide how to help him, his young son has a life threatening asthma attack, causing him to speed home for the inhaler which seems to be missing from Will’s backpack. When he goes back to check on Ben, both Ben and his car are gone. In approaching his wife about the situation, the lies begin. This is a great psychological thriller with complex characters. My suspicions about some of the situations changed throughout the book and the ending was spectacular. A great read!
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    Gets better the more you read

    So I started reading this book a long time ago and put it down. At the time it was just another book about a spouse who was cheating on their better half. I did finally pick the book back up and finished it. It does get better, if you can through the first 30% of the book, continue reading it. This book is about the cheating but it so much more. I liked that it follows the husband and not the wife. The books did end up being a good mystery. *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review.*
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    Lies

    Lies is the latest story by T. M. Logan and the first I've read of his work. I certainly will be reading more by this author. The first chapter immediately draws in the reader and as the pages flow it gets more and more difficult to put down. Mr Logan delivers twists and turns the reader won't see coming. I was given an early copy to review.
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