Every Last Lie

By Mary Kubica

Every Last Lie: A Gripping Novel of Psychological Suspense by [Kubica, Mary]

4 out of 5 stars

Clara Solberg is at home with her four-day-old son waiting for her husband and daughter Maisie to come home from her dance class.  The last time he called, he wanted to know if she wanted Mexican or Chinese for dinner. When there is a knock at the door, Clara is thrown into shock as an officer tells her that Nick has died in a car crash, Maisie is fine.  They tell her he was apparently speeding around a turn and hit a tree. When Maisie starts having nightmares and tells her a bad man was chasing him, Clara begins to suspect there is something else going on. She starts learning things she might not have known about Nick and about others around her and she is determined to find out the truth.

Talk about paranoia setting in! As Clara’s deepened, mine did too! I had no idea what the truth was or not until the very end. Now, that’s good writing! Lots of twists and turns will probably keep you reading deep into the night. Mary Kubica has to be one of the queens of a good mystery. I have never been disappointed in one of her books and this one especially is such a great look at what our minds can do to us. Very fast paced, very good ending and just a good read for the summer or any season!

I received a copy of this book from Netgalley and Harlequin in exchange for my honest review.

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