Tell me No Lies by Andrea Contos


Riverdale meets Gone Girl in a shocking thriller about two sisters whose bond is tested when one girl’s boyfriend goes missing… and her sister is the primary suspect.

Nora and Sophie Linden may be sisters, but they’re not friends. Not since the party last month. Not since the night Sophie’s boyfriend, Garrett, disappeared. Half the town thinks Garrett is dead, the other half believes he ran away, but Sophie knows something no one else does — Garrett left that party with Nora. And straight-A, Ivy-league-bound Nora had never been to a single party before that night.

Then Nora withdraws, barely coming home anymore, right when Sophie starts receiving messages from someone who claims to be Garrett, promising revenge — for what happened to him that night, and for the lies both girls told to the police about it.

With the sisters’ futures — and lives — in jeopardy, they’ll have to decide whether to trust each other again, or risk their secrets leading them to their graves.

My Review:

What happen to Garrett?

Sophie and Nora used to be close. When Sophie’s boyfriend one night, she suspectd her sister Nora hiding something. Sophie does not have the courage to confront Nora, so she dig into her boyfriend and sister’s lives for answers. Where did Garrett go?

Lies me No Lies deals with duel point of views between the sisters. Which I did like in the book. It was suspenseful at times, when Sophie tries to get answers. I did liked the cover and the mystery of the book. It has a nice twist towards the end. Would read more new books by this aurthor. I already all her recent books and enjoyed them. Looking for an easy mystery to read, then check out Tell me No Lies…

Happy Reading!!!!


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