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Monday, October 5, 2015

Review: Crooked little lies by Barbara Taylor Sissel

Crooked little lies by Barbara Taylor Sissel
Release date: August 1, 2015
Publisher: Lake Union Publishing
My Rating: 3.5
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Synopsis:
On a cool October morning, Lauren Wilder is shaken when she comes close to striking Bo Laughlin with her car as he’s walking along the road’s edge. A young man well known in their small town of Hardys Walk, Texas, Bo seems fine, even if Lauren’s intuition says otherwise. Since the accident two years ago that left her brain in a fragile state, she can’t trust her own instincts—and neither can her family. Then Bo vanishes, and as the search for him ensues, the police question whether she’s responsible. Lauren is terrified, not of what she remembers but of what she doesn’t.
Unable to trust herself and unwilling to trust anyone else, Lauren begins her own investigation into the mystery of Bo’s disappearance. But the truth can prove to be as shocking as any lie, and as Lauren exposes each one, from her family, from her friends, she isn’t the only one who will face heart-stopping repercussions.



My Thoughts:
This is the first book that I've read from this author. It took me a while to really get into this book, it was just a little too slow at the beginning for me. I loved the characters as they were really well-developed and the mystery aspect was good too. There may have been a little too much inner monologue for me, but other than that I enjoyed it.