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Summary

Don’t miss the new audiobook from the Sunday Times best seller Susan Lewis.

One life destroyed by a lie.  

Freda has never shared her history with anyone before. But now she’s ready to tell the story that has haunted her for forty years – about a 15-year-old girl falling madly in love with her teacher.  

One life destroyed by the truth.  

Hired by Freda, Joely is there to help uncover what really happened – but as the story starts to unravel, it will end in a way she could never have imagined. Uncovering the secrets of the past comes at a deadly price.... 

©2020 Susan Lewis (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Critic reviews

"A compelling, timely mystery." (Lisa Ballantyne)

"My Lies, Your Lies has gone straight to the top of my favourite Susan reads. Full of drama, intrigue with so many twists and turns, I promise you'll be surprised and captivated right to the end." (Carmel Harrington)

"Rich, seamless and masterful storytelling with so many ‘oh my god’ twisty moments.... Absolute genius. I was totally gripped." (Rebecca Thornton)

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fantastic book

Brilliant book the story keeps you on the edge wondering whats going to happen next

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Enjoyable Story

Another good read from Susan Lewis narrated really well, plenty of twists & turns kept you guessing throughout

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Gripping

I really enjoyed the book and was a bit sad when I finished it. I liked the fact all the loose ends were tied up and thought the relationships were well developed so I didn’t think the end was too drawn out from my personal perspective. It was well narrated and I can imagine listening to it again at some point.

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A Victorian plot

I enjoyed the first part of the book very much. Intruiging and unusual. I found the latter part somewhat tedious, with its lengthy series of revelations. The narration of the female characters, particularly Marion, is excellent. You feel you have met her.

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A little too long

I did enjoy the book and at times it was very exciting. But once the plot was out there was still over an hour left which I did listen to but was I thought unnecessary and a bit boring. Still a good read but not sure I would want to recommend it

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Spoilt by narration

The story was good with lots of twists and turns albeit VERY far fetched, but I really struggled with the narration, it made the characters come across as very haughty and stuck up which made it very hard to warm to them.

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good premise but long winded

it started realy well but lost interest boring reveals and characters I didn't care about.