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    Amazing read!

    WOW! This book was a stunner. I am a huge fan of unreliable narrators, and Marianne was a great one. With her history of mental illnesses, anti-depressant fog, and extreme irrational jealousy, you could never quite tell if her paranoia about her husband was real or compounded by her issues. When Marianne finds evidence of an affair between her husband Simon and a young colleague, Caroline, she slowly starts to unravel. She obsessively checks Caroline's social media, putting two and two together until she realizes that her husband is unequivocally cheating with this woman. When a sonogram appears on her Instagram, and Caroline reads in their email exchanges (that she's hacked into Simon's computer to see) that they plan on having Marianna committed to a mental hospital so Caroline can move in, she loses it. Marianne plans a surprise party under the ruse of celebrating Simon's promotion, then publicly humiliates the cheating couple by calling them out in front of their colleagues and friends. When Caroline turns up stabbed to death in her home the very next day, following a visit from Marianne, the cops immediately decide that they have their suspect. The story seems wrapped up - but the last few chapters throws a couple curveballs that you will NOT see coming! I was shocked. The story was fast-paced and incredibly enjoyable to read. I loved it!
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    Love it

    Yeah totally i'm fascinating and i enjoy reading it
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    Our little lies

    I really enjoyed this book! If you like domestic psychologicol thrillers, it'll be right up your alley. Really hoping Sue Watson writes another one!
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    A good suburban thriller

    This book explores the myth of "perfect families" and delves deep into concepts such as love, motherhood and marriage. What is a normal marriage? What does a normal mother look like? How normal is "normal"? Part romance, part suburban thriller, the topic will appeal to the readers of Liane Moriarty and Harlan Coben. Although the crime fiction part of the book comes right at the end, this read is a page-turner from the beginning.
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    Our little lies

    Great book. Hard to put down. Just when you thought itwas over there was another little twist.
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