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Ratings and Book Reviews (24 105 star ratings
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    Truly Twisted

    What a fantastic read! I ordered it right after I finished the (also terrific) Unravelling Oliver and, to be honest, sort of forgot about it until is showed up in my in box one day. I can’t ever remember reading an author who has the ability to continually surprise me with every chapter. Her characters, especially the leads, are so sinister and self serving. One shouldn’t be surprised at how they continually shock the reader with ever more evil behaviour but that is exactly what happens. It must take a truly twisted (and deliciously sinister) imagination to come up with such thoughts and action. Ms. Nugent seems to have that quality in spades. It even prompted me to write this review...something I seldom do! Can’t wait to see what Liz Nugent come up with next. I’ll keep checking my in box!
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    Irish noir

    Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent is absolutely the most sinister book I have read this year. As with Unraveling Oliver, the author begins again with a crime: Lydia and Andrew kill Annie, a junkie prostitute. In an attempt to hide their crime, they bury Annie's body in their back garden, while their teenage son Laurence is unaware of the goings-on. The author does a great job of making this story unpredictable from the get-go. Soon Annie's family , including her twin Karen, begin a failed search for her. The Dublin police are not showing a great deal of interest in this disappearance. More and more secrets surface as the years go by and the plot literally thickens until the creepiest of endings. This psychological thriller will have you holding your breath. A highly- recommended read. Thank you to Simon & Schuster and NetGalley for the e-ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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    Disappointing

    I continued reading so that I would know the outcome. Sorry I did that...twisted story, deranged characters, no justice. Great writer...lousy story.
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    Full of twists and turns.. recommend this thriller

    A true psychological thriller. It was a true page turner and I thought the content and style were very original. The book is set in Dublin and I had recently been there so that was refreshing too. Would like to read more by this late blooming author,
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    Terrific

    What a fantastic story. I read this book so quickly, the story was very well written. The plot was well played, the twist & turns kept me turning pages.
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