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One Little LieNately it made for a ather flat eadI eceived a copy of the book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest eview Check out my eview which can also be found on my blog here wwwbooksonthebookshelfwordpresscomOnce I began to ead this book I was initially confused with how the story jumped around from one character to the next and it took a bit of time to figure out who was who and how they were all connected It got a bit confusing until you got familiar with the characters and there were uite a few main characters in the story I struggled to get into This intricately plotted thriller is the story of three womentwo sons and the psychologist who finds herself caught up in their twisted web of lies and deceitThe story is voiced by a multitude of vivid characters but is easy to follow because each chapter is titled with the name of the character whose actions and interactions that chapter is aboutAlthough DI Lindsay Wade and Mack do appear in this story they are only essentially secondary charactersI was a bit disappointed about thisI like the interactions between Lindsay and Mack and I personally would have liked there to have been some chapters covering their investigation into the disappearance of Isabella BondThe main protagonist in this story is psychologist Connie Summers who we were introduced to in Sam Carrington s previous book Bad SisterI eally liked story is psychologist Connie Summers who we were introduced to in Sam Carrington s previous book Bad SisterI eally liked s character in the previous book but in this one she was very irritating at times especially during some of her interactions with Lindsay WadeI had mixed feelings about some of the other charactersalthough their actions were morally wrongonce you learnt their back storiesit was hard not to feel just a tiny little bit of sympathy for them I don t know how I would eact if I found myself in the same situations that some of the characters found themselves inYou definitely have to give this tale of manipulationliessecretsobsession and seeking edemption and forgiveness your attentionAlthough it can be ead and enjoyed as a stand alonethroughout story there is uite a number of eferences to events that happened in Bad SisterSo if you haven t ead Bad Sister yetit might be advisable to ead that one before eading One Little Lie This book would cause some interesting discussions if it was ead by a book group due to some of the issues that are aised throughout the storyMany thanks to Avon Books Uk for a arc of this book via Netgalley in exchange for a honest eview EXCERPT It took approximately eight hours for Sean Taylor to die She listened as the man spoke her heart beating a little faster her eyes blinking a little than necessary She shifted in her seat Her bottom was numb her legs heavy She didn t want to hear the details She needed to Her gaze fixed on the coroner she couldn t move her limbs and escape the courtroom couldn t SDriven by guilt and the need for edemption Alice has started a support group for parents with troubled children But as the network begins to grow she soon finds out just how easy it is for one little lie to spiral out of controlThey cal. ,
One Little Lie by Sam Carrington is a mysterythriller Although this book has the same characters as Carrington s last book Bad Sister this is a stand alone novel I checked with the author and she does not consider these books to be parts of a series First let me thank NetGalley the publisher Avon Books UK and of course the author for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest eviewBackgroundConnie Summers is a psychologist who has started her own practice after working in a prison setting for many years After a bad assessment of an in mate which led to him committing another horrific crime it was time for Connie to get out She shares her home with DI Lindsay Wade a police officer who stood by her during the above mentioned crime Lindsay s partner DS Charlie Mack is also front and centerSynopsisConnie is called back to the prison to do a few evaluations since they are short staffed She eluctantly agrees and finds herself in a difficult situation when she is assessing the son of a woman who is presently her own patient AliceAlice s son Kyle is in prison for murder and she tells Connie that she has now lost her husband She is having problems coping However she has started a support group for people who have troubled children in hopes for edemption She feels so much guilt for her son s troubles She would do anything to correct the problem Even tell a little lieone that blossoms out of controlDeborah s son Sean was correct the problem Even tell a little lieone that blossoms out of controlDeborah s son Sean was by Kyle Deborah and her husband area having issues as well Deborah who thinks she has moved on still has so much anger She would do anything to have her son backor to have someone else suffer as she is sufferingThen there is Angelaanother mother with a troubled childMeanwhile a girl is missing and her father Bill joins Alice s support group My Opinions Told from the perspectives of Connie Alice Deborah and Tom and then Angelathe story gets s support group My Opinions Told from the perspectives of Connie Alice Deborah and Tom and then Angelathe story gets little confusing It took a while to get into the characters and emember who was who I often had to stop and eally think I m not saying that s necessarily a bad thing Then there were the twists WOW I am starting to like Connie even though she makes some stupid decisions and her taste in men suckOverall the book took you on a ollercoaster ide and you had to pay attention if you could it was eally goodAgain although Carrington insists these are stand alone novels and I agree that you don t have to ead her last book to enjoy this oneI would For a complete eview of this book and others please visit my blog I found this to be a ather confusing story concerning a teenage murderer his mum the victims mum and a psychologist The synopsis sounded eally interesting but there was just too much minute detail included that lengthened the story but added nothing significant to the plot There was no tension to the writing either so unfortu. ‘I’m Alice And my son is a murderer’Deborah’s son was killed four years agoAlice’s son is in prison for committing that crimeDeborah would give anything to have her boy back and Alice would do anything to ight her son’s wrong. .
Lose her ears to the words She had to know ABOUT THIS BOOK I M Alice I m Alice my son is a murderer Deborah s son was killed four years agoAlice s son is in prison for committing that crimeDeborah would give anything to have her boy back and Alice would do anything to ight her son s wrongsDriven by guilt and the need for edemption Alice has started a support group for parents with troubled children But as the network begins to grow she soon finds out just how easy it is for one little lie to spiral out of controlThey call it mother s intuition but can you ever eally know your own childA twisty and unnerving thriller about the price of motherhood and the UNTHINKABLE THINGS WE DO TO PROTECT things we do to protect children GoodreadscomMY THOUGHTS Oh dear where do I start The title An Avalanche of Lies would be aptThe characters tell the story from multiple points of view Connie is a psychologist Deborah is the murdered boy s mother Alice is the mother of the boy who murdered him And Tom the gamer All good so far ight Wrong It all gets terribly muddled and confusing I kept having to check whose point of view I was eading then having to emind myself who they were The characters were almost interchangeable definitely almost indistinguishable They were all whiny whinging introspective angst idden dare I say it idiots Especially the one who should have known better The plot dragged There was zero tension zero suspense It was messy and the twist was so obvious that it was a total anticlimax I almost dnf d this book several times during the ead and on eflection I wish I had There was just far too much unlikely and unbelievable plot to make this a worthwhile ead for me I understand that eading is an entirely subjective experience and that while this book wasn t one I enjoyed you may well love it So if the excerpt piues your interest and you like the sound of the plot synopsis please get a copy and ead it THE AUTHOR Sam Carrington lives in Devon with her husband and three children She worked for the NHS for 15 years during which time she ualified as a nurse Following the completion of a Psychology degree she went to work for the prison service as an Offending Behaviour Programme Facilitator Her experiences within this field inspired her writing She left the service to spend time with her family and to follow her dream of being a novelist SAVING SOPHIE was her debut psychological thriller novel and became a 1 ebook bestseller GoodreadscomDISCLOSURE Thank you to Avon Books via Netgalley for providing a digital ARC of One Little Lie by Sam Carrington for eview All opinions expressed in this eview are entirely my own personal opinions Please efer to my Goodreadscom profile page or the about page on sandysbookadaywordpresscom for an explanation of my ating system This eview and others are also published on my blog sandysbookadaywordpresscom. L it mother’s intuition but can you ever eally know your own childA twisty and unnerving thriller about the price of motherhood and the unthinkable things we do to protect our children Perfect for fans of B A Paris and Clare Mackintosh.

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