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    Another Home Run for one of the best in the busine

    Lie To Me JT Ellison Ellison’s latest stand-alone thriller is a non-stop who-done-it of epic proportions where the line between villain and victim is thin and at times nonexistent and lies are the ties that bind. With an edgy dialogue and a plot that’s full of surprises and will draw readers in and keep them guessing until the end she weaves her web of deceit, betrayal and death staring a duo of at times dueling husband and wife authors and a villain that’s an enigmatic real piece of work. Her duel timelines are the perfect way to tell the story and her dual settings of Tennessee and Paris add depth to this page turning chiller. The nail-biting storyline and the OMG finish will have readers staying up late to finish this unforgettable, best seller bound, must read. What started as just another day in the life of successful authors Ethan and Sutton Montclair becomes anything but when Ethan finds a note saying his wife Sutton has left, needs space and not to look for her. She didn’t take a thing not her purse, her phone or her laptop so he’s not really sure what to think or what to do. After consulting with several family friends he contacts the police to report her missing and suddenly a bad situation becomes worse when cracks in the foundation of their relationship become visible; motive for murder and fodder for the media. So now not only does Ethan have to wonder where Sutton went but also have a starring role as the villain in his real life mystery. Or perhaps he is the villain.
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    Predictable but entertaining

    I liked this book but not as much as I had hoped that I would. I decided to read this book after seeing a few really good reviews. I love a good thriller so I decided to give it a try. I decided to take a peek at the first few pages of this book late one night and ended up putting other books aside so that I could focus on this one. Unfortunately, the book became much easier to set aside the further I read. I love a good thriller with a lot of twists and turns. This book takes some pretty ambitious twists that could have been really exciting if I had been even a little surprised. All of the big twists in this story were fairly easy for me to predict and ended up being quite disappointing. I had the urge to set the book aside for a bit whenever there was a bit reveal in the story which was unfortunate. I didn't have any really strong feelings about the characters in this story. I don't think that took anything away from the story though. I think that this is the kind of book that being unsure of the characters actually works well. Ethan and Sutton both had characteristics that were hard to like but understandable because of the things they have been through. This was a very easy book to read. I think that it had a nice overall flow and I found myself reading big sections of the book in a single sitting. I liked the short chapters that kept the pace of the book feeling quite rapid. I thought that alternate perspectives were worked into the story exactly when they were most effective. My biggest issue was the fact that I was really let down with every twist that proved to be very predictable. These usually happened just as the focus of the book shifted and I found myself setting the book aside a little easier. I do think that many readers will enjoy this book a bit more than I did. It is a fast paced story that has quite a few exciting moments. I would definitely pick up more of J.T. Ellison's work in the future. I received an advance reader edition of this book from HQ Digital via NetGalley.
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    Worth the read

    I rarely leave reviews, but this book stood out among the other psychological thrillers that are out there. I'm always very disappointed when I read one of these so-called thrillers, but this one did not disappoint. Very entertaining very fast paced it was an excellent Beach read while I was away. While I did start to piece things together towards the end, I still wasn't disappointed. The best of the genre that I've read lately... hands down better than most
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