The Lies We Tell by Niki Mackay #BlogTour @NikiMackayBooks @Tr4cyF3nt0n @orionbooks

I am delighted to share my review for The Lies We Tell by Niki MacKay on Blog Tour today

Last night I betrayed my husband.

This morning my daughter disappeared.

My husband may have forgiven my first mistake. But he will never forget this.

And so I have to find her.

Before it’s too late. For all of us.

My Thoughts

This is the first book that I have read by Niki Mackay even though I have had I, Witness sitting on my TBR mountain for the last year. So Niki is a new author for me and she sure has hell doesn’t disappoint with this cracking story.

In this story we meet Madison Attallee a private investigator, radio presenter Miriam Jackson, and Ruby Williams. And follow a story that is told in first person with alternating chapters between the characters.

For me this book starts off has a slow burner where we get to know the characters. But now that I have read it, the author has lay down the foundations for what turns into an addictive intriguing reading. Then the three characters soon become one. When their stories are woven together and we learn what the connection is. Which I didn’t see coming at all and I ended up having an OMG moment.

I loved the characters in this story all of them bringing something difference. Which has left me wanting to read the author’s first book. Which I highly recommend.

This is a very clever, well written story that had me hooked from start to finish. Which I highly recommend.

Thank you to Tracy Fenton for a copy and the Blog Tour invite.

About the Author

Niki Mackay studied Performing Arts at the BRIT School, and it turned out she wasn’t very good at acting but quite liked writing scripts. She holds a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Drama, and won a full scholarship for her MA in Journalism.

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