Silent Lies by Kathryn Croft (Book Review #250)

I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.

(Finished Reading: 10/10/19

My 42nd book this year)

Mia’s husband, Zach, commited suicide, leaving her a single mum to their daughter, Freya. Mia has finally found a way to move on, then Alice appears bringing her a life changing message “Your husband didn’t kill himself”.

Alice knew Zach, Zach knew Alices’ flatmate, Josie. Alice hates Josie and visa versa.

Alice think she knows a secret and she isn’t afraid to tell. She’s not sure if it’s true but it is enough to turn a few people’s lives upside down. Alice is hiding a secret of her own. Now she wants justice for the real truth.

***SPOILER ALERT***

This book was the perfect pace for me and not overly dramatic to the point of shaking my head. It’s a shame when too many characters have to be “weird” just so we can keep guessing at what the truth might be. Normal people can have secrets too!!

I liked the twist although I had an inkling very early on what may happen. I guess Zach was my favourite in this book. I can’t say I liked any of the others.

Interesting plot. A book I would recommend to other readers. I would also love to read more by this author, Kathryn Croft.

Written by Ling Lee (10/10/19).

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