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    Great quick read...page Turner...twists you wont see coming
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    One Little Lie

    Took awhile to get into the story. Once the plot and characters were in place then I couldn'nt wait to finish it ...
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    Very unusual

    L realy enjoyed this unusal and interesting story looking forward to reading the other 2 books
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    Connie Summers Returns

    One Little Liar sees the return of Connie Summers and other characters from Bad Sister, although this can be read as a stand alone book. It is great read, fast paced with a lot going on. Really enjoyed it. It is the story of 2 mothers, both suffering because of their sons. One because her son has been murdered and the other because her son is in prison for that murder. Therapist Connie Summers gets caught up in their grief and desires. It seems that trouble just finds her. Can she help these women make peace with themselves and each other?
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    One Little Lie is all it takes!

    Psychologist Connie's patient, Alice Mann has a son who is a murderer. Alice's son killed Deborah's son and is desperate for her forgiveness. Connie wants Alice to leave it all alone and to not get involved with Deborah, however, in an effort to redeem herself, Alice starts up a support group for the parents of murderers, but there's one little lie she's told which is about to snowball out of control. Tension grows between Alice and Deborah and a young girl goes missing. Soon the police are suspecting not only foul play, but that maybe the wrong person was locked up for Deborah's son's murder and still out there. After a slow start (there are several characters and it does jump around a bit) I found the twists and turns of this story really had me on edge. At times I felt I was walking on eggshells around Alice and Deb, just waiting for it all to explode. In my minds eye I can see this as a really good film or BBC drama! Incidentally, this carries on from Bad Sister, featuring the same psychologist Connie, and DI Lindsay Wade, but can easily be read as a standalone story. This is cleverly written so when you reach the end of each chapter, you'll not want to stop!
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