The Lies I Tell by Julie Clark
This is the first book I read by Julie Clark and I was not disappointed. I have had The Last flight on my kindle for at least a year. After reading this I will for sure be moving it up on my reading list.. It’s a little bit different than a typical thriller which is a nice change.
We have two main characters Kat, a journalist, and Meg, or Melodie, or Maggie… she has more than a few aliases. Each is a strong woman in her own right and they both have a goal and I would not even try to stop them. Sometimes Karma is needed and beautiful.
Kat believes that Meg is a con artist and wants to expose her. While Meg definitely is not what she appears to be on the surface, her reasons go far beyond anything Kat could have imagined. Meg has returned because she has someone that she actually wants to expose. At a glance, it appears that the two women have become friends but you know what they say about keeping your friends close, but your enemies closer. Julie Clark’s writing style sucked me in immediately. As the story develops, the reader discovers why Kat is so obsessed with Meg’s story and that there is much more to Meg’s story than Kat initially believed. Interesting storyline flashing back to some of Meg’s previous cons and trying to guess how she will get back at corrupt politician, Ron Ashton. Who I did not like as a character but I thought he was a beautifully written Villain. I adored this to the point of obsession. I can not wait to see what comes next.
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