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February 20, 2017



Lie with Me Paperback ON AMAZON £3.85

The Truth is, we all tell lies

It starts with a lie. The kind we’ve all told to an acquaintance we can’t quite place but don’t want to admit to forgetting. The life story, embellished to impress that smug, happily married lawyer with kids and the lovely home.

And then, somehow, you’re having dinner at their house, accepting an invitation to join them on holiday. It’s what you secretly always dreamed of the perfect relationship, the better life.

And by the time you’re trapped in their world sweating in relentless Greek sun, burning to escape the tension all around you by the time you start to realise that, however painful the truth might be, it’s lies that cause the real damage well, by then, it could be too late.



The Lie has been selected to be on Richard & Judy Book Club first week of March 2017

 It’s true everyone has a novel in them. 

Paul Morris tells lies. In a book shop he meets an old university friend Andrew Hopkins. Andrew offers Paul to lunch at his large detached house. At twenty-one Paul wrote a novel in his last year at Cambridge. While they are all having dinner Paul accepts an invite to join them on holiday. Paul had lied about his life, his novel and his flat. If he had told the truth things might have turned out differently. To add some mystery into the story thirteen- year-old Jasmine has been missing since 2004. So who killed Jasmine? And why is Paul locked up and writing in his cell?

I read Remember Me This Way and much preferred that book to Lie With Me. For me personally there wasn’t enough suspense in this new new novel Lie With Me. 

  Lie With Me was published in paperback 29th December 2016 by Mulholland Books



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