Genre: Psychological Thriller, Suspense
Publication Date: July 10, 2020
Review Copy From: Personal Purchase
My Rating: 5
Synopsis (via GR)
Palmer Lewis married a liar.
But just how deadly are his lies?
Shortly after marrying her soulmate and the birth of their son, the lies begin.
First, it’s the phone calls, always held in secret, always deleted from his phone.
Then it’s his odd disappearances and the little nagging voice in her head screaming: something is not right.
When Palmer follows her gut — and her husband — she catches him with an unfamiliar woman in the park and in his biggest lie thus far. Learning from her past, she hatches a plan to protect herself and their child.
But when her husband and son disappear one afternoon and don’t return, Palmer must retrace her steps and dig deep to discover the truth before it’s too late.
Who is the mysterious woman her husband lied about meeting? Who knows what happened to her family? Who’s lying? In this twisted psychological thriller, the better question is, who isn’t?
How does she do it????
Another superior read penned by Ms. Modglin!!!!
In one of my earlier reviews, see below, I encouraged you to pick up a book by her, and like me, I promise you, you will become a fan.
I don’t want to reiterate what is written in the synopsis only because I am afraid that I would slip and maybe mention a possibility of a spoiler.
So with that said, let me tell you what will happen if you take my recommendation to pick up one of her books. I started with The Mother-In-Law and I was hooked!!
Let me tell you a little bit about her books and her writing style. She pulls you in within the first few pages and there is no turning back. It’s like you are on a rollercoaster, so enjoy the ride. Her books have short chapters, which means you will be saying just one more and you then realize you have read 10. And her books are less than 300 pages and within those pages is an intense story filled with suspense and a profound ending.
Also in an earlier review, I mentioned that I want to read all of her books. Now all I need is a month of no adulting and sitting on a beach in Aruba with all of her books under the palapa and a frozen mudslide or two. I’m sure that if you pick up one of her books, you will want to join me on that beach!!!!!
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