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    A real page-turner

    This is one of those books that kept me on the edge of my seat from the beginning to the very end. This book is done in a then and now format starting in 1968 to present day 2019 with a lot in between. Ted Watson and Carol Green get married and have two children, Graham and Nicola. Ted is an alcoholic and is very abusive to Carol and after trying to strangle her in the bathtub, she takes the children and goes to a safe house. There are several different story lines going on that are all nicely tied together in the end. I really enjoyed this book and the way the characters developed and changed during the story. Thank you NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC of this fascinating book in exchange for an honest review. I highly recommend this to anyone who loves a good thriller.
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    Loved!!!!!

    What a wonderfully, beautifully written book. It was a real tear jerker. It had me in tears for days. This book was definitely different then her other dark hearted mystery books that she normally writes. I really thought she nailed it with this one. This book was about a woman and her children stuck in a dark past that shaped their future and how they all overcame it. A family trying to put back the pieces that were broken such a long time ago. It was a subject that we as society should talk more about. Violence is with us all but it’s how we deal with it that makes a difference. It was very near and dear to my heart. I want to start off by saying I normally do not read this type of book but the description had me hooked and I’m so glad it did. I finished this book in two days. I couldn’t stop reading, I was highly addicted to this book. As each chapter went on I couldn’t get enough n really felt each characters pain. It was an emotional roller coaster that I never wanted to end. The best part was all the confessions at the end. I couldn’t believe the twists. I did not see any of that coming. Wow, what a great ending to a great book. 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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    Unforgettable

    This is a book which will be hard to put down and will stay with you long after. It is like watching a car wreck on the should of the road - you have to look no matter how uncomfortable or sad. I struggle to find the words to convey what I've read - it is intense, real, heartbreaking and almost unbearable. This should be required reading for anyone interested in human nature, psychology, sociology and the human condition.
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    Does not disappoint

    The Lies We Hide is a book about many things: love , abuse, trust, faith, family,secrets , consequences and new beginnings The characters are all strong, not all likeable, but you have such empathy for Carol and her kids as they escape her abusive husband and their father. I found myself turning the pages to see what happens to Carol , Graham and Nicola. How hiding even the littlest thing from someone can change so many lives. The book can be dark at times but more than that it is an uplifting read and well worth your time. Thanks to NetGalley and Bookouture for the opportunity to read The Lies We Hide.
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    Four Stars

    This book is one that is quick paced. You become so invested in how Nicola will handle each setback that the pages just turn themselves. You are held hostage as you wonder what could possibly happen next. I admire the female characters that S.E. Lynes has created in this story. Nicola seems determined to unravel the pile of lies that her life has become. From the moment I started this book I knew it was going to be different, I was absorbed completely. The author has quite an imagination to say the very least and at times I could hardly believe what I was reading. If you like a twisted, family psychological thriller I'd recommend this book as I really enjoyed it...time just flew by as I was reading and I was thoroughly enthralled.
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