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  • MOve this one to the top of your TBR

    5 stars and rightly so. 30 years ago Jenny was found murdered in a farmer's field. Natalie was the daughter of the farmer. Life was never the same for either family. Chrissy aged 14 confesses to the murder and is now out of jail. No one wants her back in town. Chrissy says I was innocent and Natalie just wants the truth. Be careful what you wish for. Carissa Ann Lynch throws one great curveball to the reader. I did not see that ending coming. Although the book was short , I loved that aspect as you felt you yourself were racing to get the answers along with Natalie. Add She Lied, She Died to your TBR pile and move it to the top of the pile.

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  • A page turning thriller from beginning to end.

    WHOAAA!!! Buckle up because you are in for one heck of a ride! From the opening page to the very last and all the pages in between! I was glued. When Natalie was a child, a young girl’s body was found in a field, not just any field, her family’s farm. Jenny was a beautiful, young teenager, who would want her dead? Chrissy Cornwall, a teenager herself, is the opposite of Jenny, confesses to killing Jenny. Of course someone like Chrissy is surely capable of cold blooded murder.... isn’t she? 40 years later, Natalie is the last of her family, and again, living at her family’s farm house. This murder haunted her all her life, and it caused her family a lot of anguish through the years. When she hears Chrissy is released from prison and she and back to the town of Austin, Natalie again is drawn into the mystery of why one teenage girl would do the unthinkable to another teenage girl. Set out to write a book from Chrissy’s perspective, who claims she is innocent, Natalie is thrust back into that time period that torn her own family apart. And ultimately question, is it better to leave family secrets buried? This is the first novel I’ve read by Carissa, and it left me wanting more. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I would like to thank Netgalley, Harper CollinsUK and One More Chapter for an early copy in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Loved!!!!!

    My Review: What makes a perfect book to me? Well my perfect book is a book that shocks me to the very bottom of my soul. That’s what this book did to me. That ending was perfection in my eyes. I wouldn’t have guessed that in a million years. I had no clue that was where it was going to lead me. I want to shout to the moon and back on how good this book was. This book was about a woman named Natalie who can not let go of the past. A murder occurred on her family’s property many years ago and now the perpetrator is being released. There is a catch though the killer is stating her innocence. How far will Natalie go to find out the truth? Is the killer really telling her the truth? Ok, so if you are reading this far into my review you already know how much I loved this book. What wasn’t to love about this book is the real question. I loved everything about this book. The characters were well written, the plot was interesting, and that ending was awesome. There were characters in this book that you loved to hate when the truth finally came out. No one can be sweet and innocent all the time. The story line was good too. I always love a good murder mystery with a killer twist at the end. Oh that ending will stay with me for a very long time. I read many books so it’s hard to shock me but not this book. That ending was like a roller coaster ride I never wanted to end. There were so many twists and turns that I didn’t see coming. Well done Carissa Ann Lynch. Between the plot, characters and all the twists in this book it made it an easy and fast read. I would definitely recommend it and happily give it 5 Hearts❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  • Very Engaging

    I loved The One Night Stand so this was a no-brainer for me to request. Carissa Ann Lynch engages you with the relationship of Chrissy and Natalie each involved in some way with a tragic event, the death of fourteen year old Jenny thirty years ago. Chrissy admitted to the murder and was sent to prison for thirty years, now she's back and says she didn't do it. Aspiring writer Natalie is willing to listen to her side of the story and try and get a book out of it. This is an excellent whodunit, each new chapter brings a little more information to the reader meaning I was constantly changing my theories as I went along. To me, this is the best part of reading a thriller. I devoured this book in one sitting (it is a short book though) as I couldn’t put it down. The story line is engaging and surprising at the end. The Bottom Line: I loved this. An easy read, fast-paced and an insight into 2 different characters. It was interesting to see the perspective from two strong women.

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  • Don't let the title scare you away

    Thank you to NetGalley and HarperCollins UK, One More Chapter for this advanced reader's copy of She Lied She Died by Carissa Ann Lynch. She Lied She Died tells the story of a woman who witnessed the afermath of a murder as a young child, which destroyed her family as well as the small town that she grew up in. As an adult, Natalie Breyas finds herself back in the same small town of Austin, Indiana, living on her defunct family farm where the murder victim was discovered and trying to find some meaning for her life. When the convicted murderer, Chrissy Cornwall is released from prison Natalie thinks that telling Chrissy's story may help her sort out her own life but the fallout may be more than she can handle. She Lied She Died was an interesting, fast read. I was hooked from the very beginning and get trying to find time to read a chapter or two, which is always the sign of a good book in my opinion. There were some parts of the plot that made me roll my eyes but they didn't detract from the overall enjoyment I got from this book. For thriller fans, this is a good, solid choice. Enjoy!

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