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The Liars - An addictive and gripping new psychological thriller for 2019 - cover

The Liars - An addictive and gripping new psychological thriller for 2019

Naomi Joy

Publisher: Aria

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Summary

Two women. One deadly secret. A rivalry that could destroy them. 
 
Ava Wells is perfect. She has the boyfriend, the career, the looks. But one night changes everything and her life suddenly isn't so seamless. 
 
Jade Fernleigh is ambitious. She's worked hard to get where she is. And she's not about to let Ava take the job she rightly deserves. 
 
Both women share a secret that could destroy them, but who will crumble first? 
 
Praise for The Liars: 
 
'An unnerving page-turning story of secrets and rivalry with an undercurrent of menace throughout, leading to a nail-biting conclusion' Sue Fortin, bestselling author of Sister Sister. 
 
'A real page turner. It was exactly my kind of read - toxic relationships, thick tension and a gripping plot' Lisa Hall, bestselling author of Between You and Me. 
 
'An irresistibly compulsive thriller' Ella Drummond, author of My Last Lie. 
 
'A well written fast-paced story, with more twists than a corkscrew' Amanda James, author of Another Mother.

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