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Tell Me a Secret

Sprecher: Karen Cass
Spieldauer: 11 Std. und 49 Min.
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Tell her all your secrets, and she’ll tell you all her lies....

Everything in Lorna’s life runs like clockwork, from her six a.m. run to the strict 60 minute counselling sessions she gives. It’s the only way she can deal with the terrible secret she carries.

When a new client arrives for his first appointment, Lorna feels her perfect life unravel in a matter of seconds. It’s Andrew, the man she’s spent the last year desperately trying to forget. It seems he can’t forget her either....

Against her better judgment, she anonymously contacts him on a dating site. Messaging him could mean the end of her marriage and her career, but she needs to know if his motives are genuine.

When Andrew is found dead in his home, grief quickly turns to fear when messages from him continue to arrive on Lorna’s phone. Somebody knows her secret and wants to use it to destroy everything she has.

Will she risk her family and her sanity to keep her secret? Will she risk her life?

If you love twisty psychological thrillers that get under your skin, like The Girl on the Train, I Let You Go, or anything by Louise Jensen, you’ll be utterly blown away by the jaw-dropping lies in Tell Me A Secret.

©2018 Samantha Hayes (P)2018 Bookouture

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Probably the most boring thriller ever

Until about 70% NOTHING happens except for the protagonist going on and on about her affair. The revelations were unconvincing, not really original and overall poorly executed. Don't bother. Try Riley Sager instead.