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Mothers Don't Lie: An Unputdownable Thriller that will Have You Questioning Everything (The Secrets of Suburbia Book 7) Kindle Edition
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "This was an intense book with betrayal and secrets. It was a rollercoaster ride and kept me on the edge of my seat."
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "This book was raw, sad, suspenseful, and intriguing. I kept myself up all night just to finish because this was an awesome page turner book!"
- ASIN : B08NDCTH7W
- Publication date : November 12, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2713 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 414 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08NF34ZPN
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #75,041 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Although the author bases her books in the US, her writing is so full of British/European phrases that it is distracting and feels less authentic. It's also loaded with grammatical errors, which is also distracting. The plot was predictable and not quite as believable as I would have liked. As a retired teacher of reading and language arts, I highly recommend stronger word choice, both in the descriptions of the books, as well as the body content. "Riveting" would have garnered more of a draw the "unputdownable." "Unputdownable" is a bit cringy. The author's bio needs work, too. There is absolutely zero information in her bio that makes her personable and real to her readers.
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She still can’t stop telling little lies and after her son goes missing whilst under his grandparents care, being found hours later with a head injury and his grandfather missing, after he had taken them on a hike. She almost attacks Kathy for taking her four year old son on a hike in the woods and has to call the police when he has been missing for hours. When they get Colin back from hospital, he avoids Molly all the time, only wanting comfort from Bryan. Colin’s hours of being missing, brings back painful memories from Molly’s past and cause her to start spiralling out of control. Kathy moves in with them while her husband is missing and this adds more pressure to Molly’s life. Neither she nor Bryan go to work for a few weeks as they try to get over the attack on their son and his father’s disappearance. Molly starts acting strangely and missing days at work, forgetting conversations or texts she is supposed to have sent. Bryan questions whether she is on her meds or not, or if she has even picked up her new prescription, but her behaviour and forgetfulness just seems to get worse.
She tells Bryan she is going to work, only to call in sick and book a spa day, only to see her mother in law getting out of a car, driven by a man who looks like Frank. A new customer who insists on only her showing her around some properties, then asking to be shown an apartment in a place with tragic memories for Molly and then turns up working with her husband. She also looks a lot like someone from Molly’s past that she hasn’t even told her husband about. She tries to call on her old friend and foster sister to help her figure things out, but since she only seems to call on her when she herself is in need, and her spiralling out of control is more than her foster sister may want to handle yet again, she has no one that will believe her. Someone knows what she did in her past and she believes they are after her again and want to take her son away from her. Her paranoia increases as deceit and lies surround her, until she is overwhelmed and struggling to figure out what is really true and what her illness may be making her hallucinate. While some lies may be revealed, other lies are left for you to ponder on, as the ending gives you a suggestion of another twist in the tale! Another fascinating book from the author that leaves the main character in a seemingly perfect life, only to have it fall down around her feet, as cracks appear in their life and in those around them. I received an ARC copy of this book from BookSprout and I have freely given my own opinion of the book above.