The Lies She Told. A quiet village, a friendly community, a brutal attack. By Lynda Renham

Thank you to Katrina for having me on her blog today. I’m always delighted to be here.

I’m excited to tell you about my new novel ‘The Lies She Told.’

It feels like ages since I’ve written a novel, so I’m very excited about this one. But as you all know, we’ve been experiencing a pandemic. Who could have imagined such a thing? I expect there will be lots of novels written about it. I’m not sure I could relive it again in a story. However, writing this new novel really kept me occupied during the lockdown, and I hope you enjoy it. Readers who have reviewed it have said it is the best book they have read this year. I hope you’ll think so too. It is a thriller that I hope very much we’ll keep you gripped.

The Lies She Told.  A quiet village, a friendly community, a brutal attack.

Life in the village of Stonesend is pretty uneventful, that is until Detective Tom Miller is transferred there following a personal tragedy. He is not greeted well by officer Beth Harper, who feels he is not up to the job. The day of his arrival, Kate Marshall, a teacher at the local school, is beaten in her own home and left for dead.  The villagers are left in a state of shock.  Was it a random attack or something more personal?


Lynda’s Bio:

Lynda Renham is the author of many popular romantic comedy and gripping psychological thriller novels. She lives in Oxford, UK. She has appeared on BBC radio discussion programs and is a prolific blogger, Twitter and when not writing, can usually be found wasting her time on Facebook.



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