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The Lies I Tell

Hardcover / ISBN-13: 9781529389357

Price: £21.99

ON SALE: 23rd June 2022

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

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‘Takes you straight into the collision course of two dynamic, complicated women’ Laura Dave

Meg Varnum. Maggie Littleton. Meg Upton. Different names for the same person, depending on the town, depending on the job. I’m not a con artist as much as an avenger. A righter of wrongs. But nothing about me is real, other than my desire to hold men like you accountable for the things you’ve done.

I don’t break any laws, and what I take is given willingly. I can’t be blamed for how easy it is to manipulate you. It’s a discipline involving confidence, cleverness, and deception. And now, I’m about to work my final trick . . . this time under my real name. Because when it’s done, I want you to know who I am and remember what you did to me.

Combining blistering pace with brilliant female characters, this is the unforgettable new thriller from the author of the international bestseller and number one ebook bestseller The Flight, called ‘absolutely sensational!’ by Jo Spain.

Readers love The Lies I Tell!

‘If you like a gripping, fast-paced thriller that will make you feel like you are watching a movie, with ambitious women as main characters … then this book is one for you–worth five stars!’

‘Grabs you from the beginning and stay with you throughout’

‘I loved it … I devoured it almost in one sitting’

‘Julie Clark has knocked it of out of the park with this blisteringly perfect portrayal of revenge’

Reviews

Intriguing...Clark skillfully fleshes out the strong, multifaceted characters. The story nicely mixes brisk plot points with slow burning reveals as it builds to a satisfying conclusion. Clark doesn't disappoint
Publishers Weekly