Published by St. Martin's Press on September 11th, 2018
Genres: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
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“Assured, compelling, and hypnotically readable―with a twist at the end I guarantee you won’t see coming” (New York Times bestselling author Lee Child), T. M. Logan’s debut psychological thriller dissects a troubled marriage straight to the marrow as one man separates the truth from the Lies…
Six days ago, Joe Lynch was a happily married man, a devoted father, and a respected teacher living in a well-to-do London suburb. But that was before he spotted his wife’s car entering a hotel parking garage. Before he saw her in a heated argument with her best friend’s husband. Before Joe confronted the other man in an altercation where he left him for dead, bleeding and unconscious.
Now, Joe’s life is unraveling. His wife has lied to him. Her deception has put their entire family in jeopardy. The man she met at the hotel has vanished. And as the police investigate his disappearance, suspicion falls on Joe.
Unable to trust the woman he loves, Joe finds himself at the mercy of her revelations and deceits, unsure of who or what to believe. All he knows is that her actions have brought someone dangerous into their lives―someone obsessed with her and determined to tear Joe’s world apart.
What if your whole life was based on LIES?
I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher.
Joe’s life seems to be perfect; good wife and son. Then, he follows his wife’s car to a hotel and his life changes. Joe then gets caught in a tangled web where he is accused of murder and does all he can to find out what happened and clear his name.
There are so many twists and turns throughout this book; I did not see the ending playing out the way it did! Well done!! This book obviously kept my attention as I, along with Joe, was trying to sort out what actually happened.
The characters were well developed. It was easy to connect with Joe. He’s a simple type of man with a very caring heart and dedicated to his family. Joe’s wife, Mel, had me guessing who she really was. At times, I was thinking she was a gold digger and other times, a victim herself. I think the guessing shows good character development
I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it.
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