Author(s): Sophie McKenzie
Crime Fiction | No Category
Your life is in danger - and the death threats are coming from someone close to you. But who?
Someone in your family is lying to you.
Francesca was widowed a year ago. Since then she has focused on her children, trying to soothe their grief as well as her own. Her husband and father never quite saw eye to eye but no one could have cared more for her in the past year than her close-knit family. Finally, she feels she might be ready to move on with life.
Until she is contacted out of the blue by someone who says he must get information to her. That her husband's death wasn't what it seemed. And that her family know more than they say ....
Who can Francesca trust? And what will happen to her if she puts her faith in the wrong person?
The brilliant new novel from the author of Close My Eyes, a Richard & Judy Book Club pick. If you loved Apple Tree Yard, The Girl on the Train or I See You, make Sophie McKenzie your next gripping read.
What everyone is saying about Sophie McKenzie:
'Here we Lie is so compelling, even when my eyelids were drooping, when everyone else's lights were out, I had to keep turning the pages' Penny Hancock
'An intense, taut tale that preys on one of our deepest fears: that we might not be able to trust those closest to us' Glamour
'This fast-moving thriller saves the most shocking twist until the very end' Sunday Mirror
'You won't believe this novel's creepy twists and turns!' Closer
'Close My Eyes starts with a parent's worst nightmare and builds from there, twists and twists again, finally delivering a final punch that will leave you gasping.' Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author
'McKenzie succeeds in walking the fine line between storytelling and necessary sensationalism' Richard Madeley
Sophie McKenzie was born and brought up in London, where she still lives with her teenage son. She has worked as a journalist and a magazine editor, and now writes full time. She has tallied up numerous award wins and has twice been longlisted for the Carnegie Medal.