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MegaWilliams. Maggie Littleton. Melody Wilde. Different names for the same person, depending on the city, also depending on the profession. She’s a con artist who self-destructs to become who you need her to be: a college student. A life coach. A real estate agent. Nothing in it is real. She slides in next to you and tells you exactly what you need to hear, and by the time she’s done, you’ve probably lost everything.
Kat Roberts has been waiting for the return of the woman who changed her life for ten years. And now that she’s done it, Kat is determined to be the one to expose her. But as the two women grow closer, Kat’s long-held assumptions begin to unravel, leaving Kat to wonder who Meg’s real target is.
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The Lies I Tell is a twisted domestic thriller that delves into the psyche and motivations of two women and their constant quest to seek justice for the past and rewrite the future.
Meg returns to Los Angeles after ten years. She grew up in Los Angeles and had to leave abruptly after her latest scam. She’s now back for the biggest and most important con of her career. Investigative journalist Kat has been trying to track down and find Meg for ten years. She originally worked on the investigation of the project that forced Meg to leave Los Angeles. Now that Meg is back, Kat can finish the story she wanted to write. As Kat gets closer to Meg and tries to con the impostor, she will wonder who to trust and what to believe.
This book was one wild ride! I don’t read many thrillers, but scammer stories often get my attention. This is a turning of the page – I was dying to read on to find out how Meg would pull off this job she’s been working on for years. Watching Kat try to scam the scammer was like watching an accident waiting to happen. Meg couldn’t have been as successful in conning people without being smart and insightful.
Because this story is told from two points of view, both Kat’s and Meg’s, you get a sense of where they are psychologically and why they do what they do. The way Julie Clark wrote this made me question everything, even from the narrator’s first-person perspective. I kept thinking it all pointed to an unreliable narrator and was going crazy trying to figure out what was real and what was part of the hoax.
There were a couple of places in this book that tore me apart emotionally. You will see in my list of content warnings below that there is some heavy content. The broken trust, the deceit, the fact that Meg and Kat had to question everything… I was interested in that story. I feel like this made my need for a satisfying story resolution even more pronounced.
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