I totally loved Liane Moriarty’s previous novels (‘What Alice Forgot’ ,‘The Husband’s Secret’) but ‘Little Lies’ exceeded all my expectations. The story evolves around a school in a nice sea-fronted neighbourhood in Sydney where an unspecified tragic event takes place at a parents’ fund-raiser. The story is interspersed with police interviews, adding an intriguing teaser quality to the plot, which isn’t really needed because the writing is so well crafted that the reader is completely in the book’s thrall anyway.
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