Five years have passed since Mia’s husband, Zach, was found dead amid suspicious circumstances and a huge scandal. His former student, Josie Carpenter’s body has never been recovered. But everyone believed that he and Josie were having an affair and he killed her and then himself.
So when a woman named Allison comes to Mia for counseling, Mia is understandably confused when Allison claims to have information about Zach’s death and does not believe he killed himself.
Mia is thrown for a loop but begins to question everything she had previously believed about her husband and the circumstances leading up to his death and about Josie, as well.
Told from Mia’s present-day perspective, as well as a few flashbacks to her life with Zach and also from Josie’s perspective leading up to Zach’s death, this is a psychological thriller with a shocking twist at the end. It also left me hoping there will be a sequel!
If you, like me, are hooked on psychological thrillers, add this one to your TBR list. It’s worth the read!
- Silent Lies by Kathryn Croft
- Paperback: 292 pages; Bookouture (October 24, 2017)
- Kindle: 824 KB; 294 pages; Bookouture (October 25, 2017)
- Audiobook: 9 hours 31 minutes; Antonia Beamish (Narrator), Rosie Jones (Narrator), Audible Studios (Publisher)
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