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    A definite page-turning mystery!

    In The Liar’s Sister, we follow Heather and Rosie, two estranged sisters who are brought back together to their hometown when their mother falls ill. Heather has always been suspicious of Rosie ever since she accused their friend, Samuel, of assaulting her and he turns up missing the same night Rosie sneaks out of the house and comes home with torn clothes and a terrified demeanor. What did Rosie see (or do) that night? What is she hiding? Heather never reveals her suspicions to her sister. But when they quickly realize that they are not wanted back in their small town, tensions begin to arise and secrets are revealed. This book was definitely twisty! I could not guess the ending, although I tried. I enjoyed the small town setting and the way the two sisters navigated their strained relationship. I found the book to be well written, although a tad on the unrealistic side at times. However, the reveals definitely kept me turning the pages and I enjoyed it overall! Thank you Netgalley for the review copy!
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    An interesting book full of lies and secrets.

    On the one hand when teen Samuel Murray disappeared, life went on as usual. However, this certainly wasn't the case for best friend Rosie Sharpe. She never got over his loss. It is now ten years later, and now Rosie is back home and is facing the real truth of everything. When Samuel became missing, Heather immediately suspected Rosie because she something that made Rosie look very guilty, but Heather never said a word. Now that both sisters are back home in the village of Buckthorpe, the truth finally begins to reveal itself. Rosie and Heather do not get along at all, but with their mother being very ill now, they are forced to be together. Things begin happening and as it turns out, Heather is not the only one who suspected that Rosie knew more about what happened. Furthermore, this unknown person is determined to reveal the truth, as well as other hidden facts, but also creates an incredible element of danger that faces them now. What a story! This certainly was not a family drama, although family had everything to do with it. No, it was full of secrets, twists, danger and murder, and these very things flowed throughout the pages. I found this book to be very interesting and loved how the family dynamics were explored and how the suspense built up until the very end. This is my first read by Sarah A. Denzil, but I love her writing style and cannot wait to see what else she has in store for us readers. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC for review. This is my honest opinion.
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    A brilliant psychological thriller

    Sarah has done it again! This book is a ripper! Gripped right from the start, I couldn’t race through the pages fast enough to see how this was all going unfold. It has everything that you want in a psychological thriller and more. Be prepared to be hooked and buckle up, as Sarah takes you on a wild ride that is full of twists and turns that don’t stop until the unexpected thrilling conclusion. Sarah has created a chilling and intricate, tale that is told from the perspective of two sisters Rosie and Heather. Alternating from each ones persepctive over different timelines, we see Heather wanting to get to the bottom of what really happened the night Samual disappeared, while Rosie tries to keep what she witnessed that night buried. But not all secrets can be kept buried and as the story progresses each one is unraveled leading to the most shocking of all jaw dropping revelations. The characters are very well developed and are brought to life through the pages perfectly. I really resonated with both Rosie and Heather and could feel both of their pain, not only over what happened to Samuel but also dealing with death of their mother and judgement of the small minded townsfolk. I really like how this story was not just a mystery but also about family and after having been estranged for so long, we get a really great insight in to how the events of the past have changed them into the women they have become in the present while they try and rebuild and repair the bond they once shared as sisters. This is a slow burn, but not in a way where you are wanting it to move along. It is done to build tension, which Sarah does really well here and she gives you just enough throughout to keep you wanting more and more and more!…It is emotive, pulls at the heartstrings, is captivating, engaging, thought provoking and completely addictive, which is all encapsulated through brilliant writing. This is a first class psychological thriller and a five star read that I can not recommend highly enough! Having only been introduced to Sarah’s work this year, this is only the second book I have read of hers, but she is one that is now on my radar and I am looking forward to many more books to come from her. Thank-you to NetGalley, Bookouture and Sarah A. Denzil for allowing me to read an advanced copy of The Liar’s Sister which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.
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    Life Changing Secrets

    Two sisters, Rosie and Heather, have a special bond until Rosie accuses Heather's boyfriend of assault. Heather doesn't believe Rosie and suspects Rosie was behind her boyfriends disappearance. As adults, the sisters rarely have contact. Rosie drifts from place to place and Heather takes care of their mother who is diagnosed with terminal cancer. One of their moms final wishes is to see Rosie one last time. After a diligent search, Heather locates her sister and Rosie agrees to come home. When their mom passed away Rosie and Heather work together to finalize the estate As they go thru their parents things, secrets are exposed and Heather feels that can't fully trust Rosie, in fact Heather doesn't know who she can fully trust. As the story concludes, Heather is left reeling as the truth is finally revealed. I enjoyed the story but at times it seemed long and drawn out. About two thirds through the story, the suspense started building and as the truth was revealed, it was hard to put the book down. The ending was shocking and unexpected. I almost stopped reading it and I'm glad I finished it, it did not disappoint. Thank-you to Netgalley, Bookouture and Sarah Denzil for an ARC in exchange for a honest review.
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    The Liars Sister

    This is the first book I have read by this author, and did so due to the reviews which every one was right. What a story. Will read more by this writer and highly recommend this book it keeps you racing through to the last page. What can i say other than brilliant.
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