Reading some cracking books recently and this one is a brilliant example of how to write a book that will hold my attention 100%.
About The Book
One split second can destroy your life forever
Single mother Jen Cornish is just trying to hold things together for the sake of her seven-year-old son Charlie. Until the day when she does an impulsive good deed to help a neighbour, setting off a terrifying chain of events that quickly spirals out of control…
When she is arrested for a crime she didn’t commit, Jen quickly starts to wonder if someone is playing a cruel game with her – or is she losing her mind?
Desperate to clear her name with the police, she must first untangle a chilling web of lies. But someone is watching her every move – and it isn’t just Jen who is in danger.
They’re watching her child as well.
No, the Kindle didn’t melt this time but extra clothing was needed to warm my chilled spine, parts of this book made me shudder – there are no graphic details but the intentions and deeds in some places are just completely unnerving.
This is an exceptional read, with a really strong and believable lead female. and I so did not want her to make some of the choices she did (shouted at her in my head) and very quickly became wrapped up in the story, and what a story it was.
Very interesting and engaging (page turner alert) plot that I enjoyed very much and as with Tom’s other books I recommend it highly and have just spotted my quote after Simon Kernick on the Amazon page (thrilled to bits). Each Little Lie is out on the 29th June.