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Book Review – All The Lies by Nicola Sanders #BookReview #BookBlogger #suspense

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This was a random download, recommended by Amazon, by tapping a finger based on the gorgeousness of the cover. And it was so great.

Filled with twists and a certain amount of pathos for the main character Amy who was mistaken to be Liz after a ferry accident, where she took on this new identity to escape her abusive husband. But Liz’s life had its own secrets.

To say I loved it was an understatement. I was glued to the book from the beginning as the writing had the right amount of tease to it. It kept inviting me to read further to know the secrets hidden deep.

My first book by author Nicola Sanders this book was spot on. At 230+ pages it was a smooth, fast read. And she kept me guessing even when the know-it-all in me thought I had deciphered all clues correctly.

A brilliant book where I was eager to know the truth more than anything, forgoing my sleep, this was a perfect way to beat the blues which seemed to have haunted me in recent times.


Rating: 5 out of 5.


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She thought he was the perfect husband. Now she’s running for her life.

On the surface, Amy and Jason have the perfect marriage, but Amy is trapped in a nightmare with a controlling, violent husband. Then on a short cruise without Jason, Amy befriends Liz, a young woman travelling alone on her way to meet her birth mother for the first time. Liz looks so much like Amy that they could be sisters.

When Amy regains consciousness after a terrible accident that takes the lives of many passengers, she finds that because of a mix-up in personal effects, everyone believes she is Liz. Only she knows it is Liz who has gone missing, presumed dead. Now, Amy has to make the most important decision of her life: tell the truth and return to a life of fear or become Liz for a while, until she figures out an escape plan.

But as Amy settles into Liz’s life, she finds that not everyone believes all the lies.

And she is only one mistake away from paying the price.


Publication Date: 2020

I downloaded the digital version of the book, and this is my journey down its pages, straight from the heart. STRICTLY HONEST and UNBIASED.

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