“The Lie is a story of discovery, intrigue and makes you question who you can trust!”
NO MAJOR SPOILERS
Jane Hughes has a nice life working in an animal sanctuary and enjoying a fledgling relationship with a local teacher. Everything appears to be going well. But all is not as it seems; Jane is really Emma and her life was turned upside down five years ago after a trip to Nepal with three friends turned into an ugly experience. Now the past is catching up with the present and Jane is receiving messages from beyond the grave.
The story is told in two timelines, the present day and five years previously. It’s brilliantly done. The suspense is built up with a drip feed of information in both timelines and brought together to collide in a stunning finale.