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Publisher's Summary

Daisy and Simon’s marriage isn’t what it seems….

After years together, the arrival of longed-for daughter Millie sealed everything in place. They’re a happy little family of three.

So what if Simon drinks a bit too much sometimes — Daisy’s used to it. She knows he’s just letting off steam. Until one night at a party things spiral horribly out of control. And their happy little family of three will never be the same again.

In Lies, Lies, Lies, number one Sunday Times best-selling author Adele Parks explores the darkest corners of a relationship in free fall in a mesmerizing tale of marriage and secrets.

Don't miss Woman Last Seen from number one Sunday Times best-selling author Adele Parks!  

Looking for more? Check out these other thrilling reads from Adele Parks:

I Invited Her In

Just My Luck

©2020 Adele Parks (P)2020 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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I could not stand the narrators. Not sure what it was. I even preordered this one i was so excited.

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  • 12-04-21

Sad, Dark, Dreary, & the Kitten Dies a Cruel Death

I loved two of the author’s other books so bought this one. It is nothing like the ones I enjoyed. It was drudgery all the way through and terribly depressing. Also pretty ridiculous. SPOILER ALERT! A little girl’s beloved kitten is thrown against a wall, and slides to the floor bloodied and broken. This drudgery of a story has zero redeeming qualities. I plodded through it hoping it would improve. I’m so sorry I did.

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Lies, Lies, Lies

I enjoyed this audio recording very much. Sooo many lies... The ending might be a bit unrealistic, but so what! I didn't really care. There are unfaithful wives, husbands and alcoholics, jail birds, a little violence and to top it all off, a kitten.

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Quite Entertaining

I think Adele Parks is improving with each book. “Just My Luck,” is her latest, and the best of the three I have listened to. This one, “Lies, Lies, Lies,” is in the middle; with “I invited Her In,” being my first. In each novel, she creates dramatic conflict situations which effectively hook my interest; characters are fully developed and dialogue flows naturally. My only criticism is the frequent, and often long-winded, maudlin reflection that this author’s characters indulge in. Granted that such revery is natural when a parent fears for their child, but Ms. Parks can be heavy handed with such sentiment. I find it discordantly syrupy in her otherwise sharply edged novels. The good news is that she seems to wander into this territory less and less with each novel. “Lies, Lies, Lies” has an exquisitely depraved sociopath, portrayed with perfection by Rachel Bavidge.

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I really enjoyed "I invited her in", but I was very disappointed with this book. it was boring. Unbelievable plot, unrealistic characters.

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My favorite yet!

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Listening. I’ve read another book by this author and did like it but this one was just outstanding. Loves the narrators s well. Great story, characters, and a pace that kept me wanting more!

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Interesting…

I personally liked the book however the last 2 minutes ruined it for me. What a bizarre ending..I wish they stopped before she finally “confessed”

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Wait for it...

I almost returned this but around the halfway point it really picked up and I couldn't stop listening.