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The Lie

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thelie200CL Taylor’s 2014 novel The Accident won a five star review right here on Crime Fiction Lover and its successor should appeal to those who like their mysteries spiced with a dark psychological edge. After an ill-fated trip to Nepal, which culminates in a disturbing encounter with a mystical cult, nothing will ever be the same for one woman. She returns to the UK with the identity of Jane Hughes, and rebuilds her life in rural Wales working in an animal refuge. Unfortunately for her, the secrets from five years earlier refuse to stay buried, and she is faced with an old lie which returns to take away her happiness and possibly even her life. Our full review is here.


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