About the Book
Nothing has felt right since she told the lie…
Claire Carmichael leads a charmed life. She has two beautiful sons, Jamie and Joshua, and a handsome and successful husband who loves her. She has been taught well by her mother – the most important thing Claire has is her good reputation.
He said, she said…
Even when she was in school, Claire had it all. She was clever, likable, and after passing the initiation tests, she was welcomed into the society of popular girls – The Queen Bees. So when a scandal threatened to ruin Claire’s reputation, the Queen Bees closed rank to protect her, no matter who else got hurt.
Never forgotten, never forgiven…
Claire may have moved on from her school days, but for one person who she hurt irreparably, those memories are as fresh as blood. And all it takes to reap their revenge, is ONE PERFECT LIE.
The Perfect Lie is an utterly gripping psychological thriller where we see past and present collide via a dual-narrative, which flows seamlessly and brings the whole story to life.
The opening chapter pulled me in and that was that – I was obsessed! I really think you will be too.
Is there such a thing as the perfect lie?
It is a story of how one mistake can follow us around our whole lives whilst also showing the impact one mistake can have on the lives of those around us. These things can so easily happen to anyone of us and I think that’s what I especially love about these types of books
About the Author
Originally from the UK, Karen won the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature Montegrappa Novel Writing Award 2016 with her crime-thriller novel, the bestselling The Good Mother. When she’s not writing novels, Karen is busy bringing up her two young children and running her communication business Travel Ink.