Lies by T.M. Logan
Book Review: 4 out of 5 star rating
When Joe Lynch unsuspectingly follows his wife’s car one day at the bequest of his small son who wants to “surprise” mommy, he sets off a series of terrible events. He’s now being framed for a murder that he believes never even happened. Just when you think things can’t get worse, they do and the noose keeps getting tighter and tighter around Joe’s neck.
This is quite an addictive book and I really cared for Joe and his plight. He’s such a good guy, good father and good husband that the course of events seemed so very unfair. Social media and technology play a heavy hand in this suspenseful thriller. It was quite scary to see how easier this app or that app can be downloaded onto your phone and your privacy is completely gone. How realistic the tale was, I’m not sure but it was certainly a fun ride. And I never saw the end coming. Not only was this a fast thriller but it also touched on the fragility of our relationships with others and how destructive lies can be.
This book was given to me by the publisher in return for an honest review.