Erin Markuschewsky from the Napanee Branch Library recently enjoyed Let Me Lie, the latest psychological mystery by bestselling British author Clare Mackintosh. Here is her review:
The third book by psychological thriller writer Clare Mackintosh is told from the point of view of a woman who has lost both of her parents. Within one year to the day, Anna Johnson loses both of her parents to suicide. Now she is struggling to understand what happened and why they would leave her all alone.
One day, Anna receives an anonymous letter which states that the deaths may have not been suicide at all. This sets Anna into an even more confused state and leads her to go to the police for more answers. Will digging into the deaths of her parents put her in danger?
This intriguing story line was what hooked me straight away. There are many twists and turns when it comes to this book that leave you wanting to read just one more page.
If you are looking for a book with mystery, suspense and a little bit of drama then this is the book for you.
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