Saturday, April 21, 2018

Review: Let Me Lie

Let Me Lie Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I am a huge fan of Clare Mackintosh's novels. Once more, she delivered a strong mystery/thriller with a spectacular ending. This is the story of Anna, a young mother, who lost both her mother and her father to suicide. Anna is still grieving and on the anniversary of her mother's death, she received a card which challenges the suicide verdict and insinuates that her parents were murdered. Anna turns to Murray, a retired detective, to reopen the case and find out who murdered her parents.

I had several theories as to who did it and usually, I am right on by 2/3 of a book. but not this time. The twist was jaw-droppingly awesome. Let Me Lie is the third book I read by this author and she continues to impress me. Clare Mackintosh expertly delivers great and unique novels; keeping you guessing to the end. I particularly liked the detective Murray, and I hope he will show up in other of her books in the future.

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