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    Who do you Trust?

    Catherine Ryan Howard has written a novel that explores the world of change and disappointments. In depth real characters that hurdle over trust and realize that those closest have been lying. Narrative that is physiological and tells of how events today have lasting future conclusions. Two long time friends Liz and Alison travel to St. John's University in Dublin. A serial killer terrorizes students which becomes personal to Liz and Alison. Crime drama full of suspense and surprises. "A copy of this book was provided by Blackstone Publishing via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    Decent story line which moves the action along.

    The novel moves in an unexpected way. Interesting story line but the main character seemed to be too immature and self involved to be relatable. There was a reasonable suspense as the novel twists & turns to its conclusion.
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    Good read

    i enjoyed this book it was interesting yet still an easy read with a twist at the end
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    The Liar’s Girl

    Firstly, I want to say the author is a great writer. The story line kept me reading far into the night. It was worth it. If you like a well written crime novel, this is the one for you. Loved it!
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    Great psychological thriller

    A great thriller with lots of twists and turns, I thoroughly enjoyed this one!
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