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The Woman Who Lied (Paperback)Claire Douglas (author)
The author of The Girls Who Disappeared spins another fiendishly clever psychological thriller, revolving around a crime writer whose latest plotline is becoming chilling reality.
Emilia Ward is just an ordinary mum living happily in suburban London with her husband and two children - a teenager from her first marriage, a little boy from her second. She also happens to be the bestselling author of the Miranda Moody detective novels.
But when Emilia embarks on her tenth novel, life takes a disturbing turn: an incident straight out of the plot of one of her novels occurs in real life. Just an unsettling coincidence, she thinks.
Until it happens again - and again.
Then someone she knows dies in the same way as a victim in the book she's currently writing.
Why is someone doing this?
How do they know what she is writing?
And what if Emilia and her family are next?
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 277 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 24 mm
'A fabulously eerie, spine-tingling treat. Douglas is a master storyteller and I felt in the safest of hands. This haunting thriller is the perfect immersive read. I loved it!' - Janice Hallett
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A gripping read from start to finish from Claire Douglas. Such a clever plot that had me guessing right up until the end, with twists and red herrings galore!
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“A solid, tightly-plotted thriller and I would expect no less from this author!”
The Woman Who Lied is an entertaining novel about Emilia, a writer who lives in London with her husband and kids. Her popular Detective series is about to end, as Emilia has decided to kill off the main character, but... More
This is my second book I have from Claire Douglas and this one quite dissappoints . I live longer chapter don’t get me wrong but after it gets more deeper lines were repeated along the lines . I... More
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