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    Lie to Me

    A brilliant debut novel. One of those thrillers that are extremely hard to put down and a nice, unexpected, twist at the end.
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    Great read. Well written

    A great big thank you to Netgalley and Bookouture for my copy of this book. This book centers around Merideth and her search to find out the truth behind a VHS tape of her long absent possibly dead mother. Merideths mother has been absent in her life sundew she was very young and bar one or two very short conversations with her father about her mother she effectively knows nothing.....except her mother was schizophrenic and is now presumed dead. In the tape, which lasts only 3 minutes, Merideth is dragged into a murder from the past. Frequently wondering if she is following in her mothers "crazy" footsteps she tries to figure out exactly what happened to Cara the murdered girl. I gave this book 4 stars because while the plot was great and at times it flew along it would suddenly slow down and drag a little. Overall this was a great read. A nice little gem of a read!
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    spine tingling

    Nail biting, riveting, intense. Jess Ryder did an amazing job capturing the readers attention from the beginning. As soon as the two sisters? meet so many twists develop that you have no idea what direction you mind will go next. The question of who is the evil sister Valentina or Josie is just another addition to the book that makes you question everything you are actually reading. Thank you NetGalley and Jess Ryder for allowing me to read and review this book.
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    Lie to Me

    Depressing. Too dark. Trying to normalize homosexuality, drug use, immoral behavior.
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