Review: Lies by T.M. Logan

September 17, 2018


When Joe Lynch stumbles across his wife driving into a hotel car park while she's supposed to be at work, he's intrigued enough ishto follow her in.


And when he witnesses her in an angry altercation with family friend Ben, he knows he ought to intervene.


But just as the confrontation between the two men turns violent, and Ben is knocked unconscious, Joe's young son has an asthma attack - and Joe must flee in order to help him.


When he returns, desperate to make sure Ben is OK, Joe is horrified to find that Ben has disappeared.


And that's when Joe receives the first message . . . 


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***** 5 Star Review *****


I needed this book. It's been a while since I was left reeling with the twists and turns in a thriller. So many have been predicable as of late. Not this one. Although, like always, I should have seen it coming! Logan does a good job at distracting readers with a cloak we don't even see!


Told from Joe's point of view from start to finish, I was so lost in his story and turmoil, I though at one point I might be physically sick. Things were not looking so good. The story telling had me turning the pages from start to finish, waiting to see what was really going on. 


Let me tell you, ignore all of the negative reviews. I don't care about the thinking that not every book is for every person. The last fourth of this book make any questionable likeness go right out the window. Ones the pieces start to fall in place, it's all downhill (or uphill) from there. Absolutely brilliant and riveting. I am looking forward to future books from this author!

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