Lying in Wait
Publish date: 2016-08-23
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
„My husband did not mean to kill Annie Doyle, but the lying tramp deserved it.“This is the opening line of this book and it introduces us to Lydia Fitzsimmons. You better not mess up with her. Then Lydia, the fragile and protected wife of judge Andrew Fitzsimmons, mother of a little boy, is a psycho...
No contaré nada de la novela. Solamente diré que es la mejor que he leído en inglés este año. Si "Unraveling Oliver" me gustó, esta creo que aún es mejor.
Liz Nugent's opening line in this twisted and devious page turning mystery certainly creates an impact. My husband did not mean to kill Annie Doyle, but the lying tramp deserved it.Having loved Liz Nugent's previous novel [b:Unravelling Oliver|19099368|Unravelling Oliver|Liz Nugent|https://d.gr-ass...
One late night in early November Andrew Fitzsimons meets with Annie Doyle. That meeting does not go well and Annie Doyle dies. Andrew, a judge, and his wife Lydia cover up Annie's death. Andrew begins to fall apart whilst Lydia maintains that life has to go on, for the sake of their son, Laurence. A...
Having been a huge fan of Unravelling Oliver I really wanted to see what Liz Nugent would come up with next and that would be this - Lying in Wait. If you thought Oliver was a nightmare wait until you meet Lydia...What I loved about this, and indeed about Unravelling Oliver, is the very different wa...
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