Lies: From the million-copy Sunday Times bestselling author of THE HOLIDAY, now a major TV drama
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Lies: From the million-copy Sunday Times bestselling author
I was fully invested in this book from the very beginning. I loved being along for the ride, wanting to know what would happen next. The pacing was spot on! As Ed searches for the truth, the tension and suspense grew. I could feel Ed's need for answers coupled with his frustrations. There is an awful lot of time spent groping around in the dark without knowing where the novel is going and because of this I found it a pretty unstimulating read. Whilst there is plenty of action with dubious characters all telling Ellen to trust them, the whole thing makes no sense until the identify of baby Mia is revealed well over halfway through. I was frustrated as one inconceivable situation after another played out for a substantial period of the book but given the reader does not know why I struggled to care. Ellen is a smart and incredibly resourceful character who takes responsibility for ensuring the safety of Mia and is remarkably tenacious which all rings true when her fifteen year naval career is revealed. I found her incredibly relatable and was pleased that the author doesn’t linger on the possibility of Ellen’s infertility clouding her judgment with regards to Mia. The supporting characters, in particular Ellen’s pursuers and the police, are sketchily characterised and never feel remotely real and this was certainly a factor in how ludicrous I found much of this story. I had worked out the bad guy from pretty early on, largely because of how heavy-handedly the author tries to point readers in a different direction, and when the reveal finally comes the novel finishes abruptly and the perpetrator never really felt credible to me. The brief concluding snapshot three months on from the denouement leaves far too many unresolved questions to satisfy.Even though the book's ending never, ever could have happened in real life.....it was a strong ending. The long wait to get to those final chapters, however, was painful. The author did an excellent job in keeping me on my toes, and uncertain if Ed was losing his grasp on reality or if Ryan was indeed not quite the catch everyone thought he was. This was an addictive read that I raced through. 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.
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Wright, p. 125. Appointed from South Carolina on February 23, 1865, to rank from February 15, and confirmed by Confederate Congress February 23.
Not only did he not pay the private investigator; he also forwarded the report exposing him as a liar and criminal to his and Abbie's house. He had no financial issues. He could've settled the bill or bought a P.O. box. Tim was born in Berkshire and studied in London and Cardiff before becoming a national newspaper journalist. He lives in Nottinghamshire with his wife and two children, and writes in a cabin at the bottom of his garden.
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I can confess this is my first book that T.M. Logan I have read, and it won’t be my last. I have 29 seconds on my kindle, and I am wondering why I have not read it after reading this.RT @ vanessalillie: I’ve had box of Blood Sister arcs unopened for two weeks waiting on tomorrow - cover reveal by @ crimebythebook& IG… https://t.co/fnQ35GO1Nd Apr 2, 2023, 10:03 AM Recently divorced Ellen has experienced infertility. In just 5 minutes, Ellen develops an exceptionally strong attachment and love for Mia and is willing to risk her life for this baby. (HUH?) This means the Channel 5 drama could possibly end up changing how and where Ryan is disposing of his victims to make the events all take place near to their West Country home. Meanwhile, his book counterpart’s past living in Manchester with Eileen and then his first wife Lori might also be a little different and made more West Country-focused in The Catch adaptation.