Book Review: Lies by T. M. Logan

Lies by T. M. Logan

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Title: Lies
Author: T. M. Logan
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Publish Date: September 11, 2018

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?

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Joe is driving home with his son, when he sees his wife pulling into a hotel parking garage. He decides to follow her, and that’s when everything changes. When he sees his wife arguing with Ben, a family friend, he is unsure how to approach them. After his wife leaves, Joe does confront Ben, and Ben is knocked unconscious. Joe has to leave suddenly, but returns to check on Ben and finds Ben and his car are gone. At first it seems to be a relief, but Joe soon realizes his perfect life is about to be destroyed.

Exciting and fast-paced. This psychological thriller is twisty and keeps the reader guessing. This could definitely be a one-sitting read. I started it late at night, so it stretched to a two-sitting read for me. Great for fans of twisty domestic thrillers.

I received a digital copy of this book from St. Martin’s Press and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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