Lies gripped me from the start, it was super fast-paced and had me wondering what was going on. I stayed really interested throughout the novel, and pleasantly, I didn't figure things out until just before the reveal. In a time where thrillers are incredibly commonplace, I think Lies made a great impact. 3.5 stars. This book to me 4.5 hours to read.
"When Joe Lynch sees his wife enter an underground car park in the middle of the day, he's intrigued enough to follow her down. And when he sees her in an angry altercation with family friend Ben, he naturally goes to her defence - and doesn't for a minute believe the accusations Ben makes against her. It's pure misfortune that, just as the clash becomes violent and Ben is knocked unconscious, Joe's son has an asthma attack, and Joe has to take him to safety. It's just that, when Joe comes back to check Ben's OK, he's disappeared. And that's when Joe receives the first message ..."