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By T.M. Logan | Comments: ( 280 ) | Date: ( Nov 21, 2019 )

WHAT IF YOUR WHOLE LIFE WAS BASED ON LIES A gripping new psychological thriller of secrets and revenge.When Joe Lynch sees his wife enter an underground car park in the middle of the day, he s intrigued enough to follow her down.And when he sees her in an angry altercation with family friend Ben, he naturally goes to her defence and doesn t for a minute believe the accuWHAT IF YOUR WHOLE LIFE WAS BASED ON LIES A gripping new psychological thriller of secrets and revenge.When Joe Lynch sees his wife enter an underground car park in the middle of the day, he s intrigued enough to follow her down.And when he sees her in an angry altercation with family friend Ben, he naturally goes to her defence and doesn t for a minute believe the accusations Ben makes against her.It s pure misfortune that, just as the clash becomes violent and Ben is knocked unconscious, Joe s son has an asthma attack, and Joe has to take him to safety.

  • Title: Lies
  • Author: T.M. Logan
  • ISBN: 9781785770548
  • Page: 389
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

T.M. Logan

Tim was born in Berkshire and studied at Queen Mary and Cardiff universities before becoming a national newspaper journalist He currently writes full time and lives in Nottinghamshire with his wife and two children LIES is his first novel published by Bonnier Zaffre in January 2017 His next thriller, 29 SECONDS, comes out in January 2018 and is currently available to pre order For exclusive writing and new releases from TM Logan, sign up to the Readers Club bit TMLogan.

Comments Lies

  • Arah-Lynda

    I’m giving it up for TM Logan and his Lies.  They held me captive from cover to cover.WHAT IF YOUR WHOLE LIFE WAS BASED ON LIES?First of all, I liked Joe Lynch.  Sure he was a little too trusting and naïve but pray tell, who among us has not been that, at some point or another.  And yes I wanted to smack him a couple times myself, you know, Pay Attention Buddy, type smacks. Have you ever dropped in unexpectedly on your spouse, when and where they least expected to see you?Joe Lynch did whe [...]

  • Maureen

    * Thank you to Netgalley & Bonnier Zaffre UK for my ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review*(4.5 Big Fat Stars)Joe Lynch is happy with his life - he adores his wife Mel and their son William. He's an English teacher who gets to spend quality time with his son since he started working part-time. However, Joe's naivety is going to bring his whole way of life to the very brink. On the fateful day that Joe sees his wife's car entering an underground car park, and decides to follow her, his [...]

  • Sue

    LIES is a well written debut psychological thriller by T.M. Logan. This one is sure to please and will have you flipping the pages. WHAT IF YOUR WHOLE LIFE WAS BASED ON LIES?When Joe Lynch while driving his son, William home stumbles across his wife driving into a hotel car park while she's supposed to be at work, he's intrigued enough to follow her in.Joe Lynch is a high school teacher happily married to wife, Mel with son, William. But Joe is so naive…I wanted him to wake up and smell the ro [...]

  • Lee

    This is my kind of book and I loved it! Joe Lynch, his wife Mel and son William seem to be a very happy family. One day when Joe and William are driving home William sees a car that looks like his mum's. This is a game that William likes to play each time he sees a VW Golf. Joe is ready to disregard this as there are so many cars like this on the road but as the car pulls into an underground carpark Joe realises that it is his wife's car so he follows her, curious as she is meant to be at work. [...]

  • Rachel Hall

    This is a fast and highly readable psychological thriller than centres around cutting edge technology, hacked social media apps and a whole swathe of lies that rapidly send the life of thirty-four-year old English teacher, Joe Lynch, into free fall. Suddenly his marriage, career and freedom are all put to the test when he becomes the target of an obsessive technology entrepreneur who gets exactly what he wants and is very used to winning; in this instance, Joe’s partner of twelve-years, wife f [...]

  • Danielle (The Blonde Likes Books)

    For more of my reviews visit my blog at theblondelikesbooks.wordpressI know it's early, but Lies is one of my favorite reads of 2017 so far! I just loved it! Lies follows Joe Lynch, who is approaching is 10 year wedding anniversary with his wife, Mel. Together, they share a 4 year old son, William. One day, on his way home from picking up his son, he spots his wife's car. William wants to surprise her and say hi, so they follow her into a parking garage of a hotel. What they see is Mel clearly i [...]

  • Nicki

    Every day of our lives we make decisions some of which can end up having major repercussions on how our lives turn out and many can lead to doubts and thoughts of what if I had decided to do things differently.Joe Lynch definitely wishes that he had decided to ignore his four year old son William when he said that he had seen his mummy`s car.He also wishes that he had not followed his wife into the underground car park and witnessed her having an argument with their family friend Ben.If Joe had [...]

  • Petra

    4.5 stars. This was a gripping, psychological thriller that was hard to put down. It follows Joe, high school teacher and main caregiver of his son, William, as his life disintegrates at an alarming rate. After watching his wife, Mel, in an argument with Ben, the husband of Mel's best friend, Beth, Joe makes the fateful decision to confront Ben. What follows is fast-paced and with twists and turns all over the place. The author does a great job of integrating the dangers of social media into the [...]

  • Dale Harcombe

    Joe is married to Mel and has a young son William. Intending to surprise his wife, he and William follow her into an underground are park. But then things go awry. He sees her have an argument with Ben. Ben and his wife Beth are friends of Mel and Joe. Joe ends up knocking Ben down and he hits his head as his falls. Before Joe can help Ben and see if he is all right, four year old William has a serious asthma attack. From that time things get weird as Ben disappears. Where is he? Maybe he is eve [...]

  • Linda Strong

    Joe Lynch is a happy man. He loves his wife, Mel, his son, William. He works part time as an English teacher. So what can go wrong?While driving his son home, they spy his wife's car in an underground car park. Following, he sees her having an argument with family friend Ben. His wife jumps up and leaves before he has a chance to stop her. But he does meet up with Ben. Their "discussion" ends with Ben lying on the concrete unconscious. And just at that moment, Joe's son has a violent asthma atta [...]

  • Liz Barnsley

    Fast paced twisty psychological thriller - these are popular right now and this is a good example of why. **3.5 stars**

  • Louise Wilson

    Joe Lynch is with his young son William in the car when he spots his wife in her car. He quickly decides to follow her. A decision he will later regret. Joe follows her into a hotel where he sees her having a heated argument with her best friends husband. Joe suspects his wife, Mel is having an affair. The story is narrated by Joe and he tells how quickly his life goes on a downward spiral. The nightmare his life has quickly become. The plot line is believable. It shows the disadvantages of soci [...]

  • Mandy White

    So many lies lies upon lies! Trust nobody!!

  • Karen

    From the moment that Joe Lynch followed his wife’s car to a hotel car park, this book had me hooked.Joe wasn’t intending to follow his wife. He was driving his young son home when William spotted his mother’s car. Joe decided to follow and surprise her. However Joe was the one that ended up with the surprise!This story tells of how one split second decision can completely change your life and turn it on its head. When you realise that the foundations of your safe and comfortable life are b [...]

  • Chandra Claypool (wherethereadergrows)

    Poor Joe finds his wife at a hotel with his friend, Ben, who is clearly upset with her and Joe is completely confused as to what is going on. Joe confronts Ben when he's walking to his car which leads to an altercation rendering Ben unconscious. Leaving Ben on the pavement to tend to his son's asthma attack, he fights with his guilt until he decides to go back and check on him. Ben has disappeared and that's when the game begins. I found this book to be extremely fast paced - I almost read it in [...]

  • Christine

    Yawn. Dull dull dull. Another one to avoid - DNF @ 18% These best sellers are the worst for being disappointing. The only decent bit in the book is the beginning. All down hill from there, with the most wimpy male character ever. The most irritating dialogue between the father and son. Seriously worried about this in fiction. Can no one write men and children without descending to such lows? I gave up on this quite quickly.

  • Anna

    4 stars for the first 92%, proper page turning stuff.1 star for the Scooby Doo denouement: 'and then I did this, and then I did that, mwahaha.'All that plotting. All that tension.Gah.

  • Tziggy

    This book was outstanding! Even though the chapters were short they seemed to always end with a question that would make you want to read the next chapter to get the answer, which made it a quick read, in my opinion. The plot was well thought out and the ending had a nice twist. It may make you wonder about the safety of technology and social media as well.I highly recommend this book for those who like thriller/mystery type genres.

  • Philomena Callan Cheekypee

    This is a really great well written debut novel. I must admit this book didn't grip me straightaway. I found myself wondering would the pace pick up and holy wowzers it certainly did pick up. This book even pushed me into posting updates on and twitter while I was reading it ( funny considering how much social media was involved in this story)I liked Joe and really felt for him when he was going through some really tough times. The relationship with his son William was lovely. I wasn't too keen [...]

  • Lucille

    Lies is an excellent psychological domestic noir. I read it almost in one sitting which is a good sign. The story begins with Joe suspecting his wife of having an affair with her best friend's husband and quickly escalates into something far more menacing. He finds himself set up as a murder suspect and meantime has to work out whether his wife is lying to him and how someone is able to track his every movement. This is a book for a generation where life is ruled by technology: mobile phones and [...]

  • Esther

    Got a copy of this book via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest reviewS! What a good thriller. This is a book that you should read again when you've finished it, to see all those obvious things you've not registered. This is a book that I've read at the times that I was supposed to sleep, couldn't put it away!This review was first posted on BiteIntoBooks BlogProsPerspective: The POV in this book is so strong. You actually try to find out what is happening and what happened together with Joe. Yo [...]

  • Karen

    LIES BY T.M. LOGANWow, this was a fast paced psychologias above average and pulls you in from the first page and doesn't let you go. This is probably tcal thriller that is fresh and unique in that it is told by the main protagonist Joe. The writing whe best psychological thriller that I have read this year. I have read too many and most of them follow a cookie cutter writing style. Not so with this one. This book begs the question of the consequences of a single decision we make and how much tha [...]

  • Laura

    A well written debut domestic thriller; the genre of which is very en vogue right now. Although a relatively large read, the author does well not to allow his writing to drag and keeps the reader interested throughout. It was refreshing to read a story with a male protagonist as I have become used to reading books from a female perspective, particularly those focusing on secrets and martial lies. Joe is a secondary school teacher and has a beautiful, vivacious wife and young son. When a chance e [...]

  • Sam (Clues and Reviews)

    When Joe Lynch sees his wife going into a hotel during the middle of the afternoon, his curiosity gets the best of him and he follows her in. After seeing her in an altercation with a family friend, Ben, he comes to her defence and ends up taking part in a brawl. When Joe’s son has an asthma attack during this argument, Joe makes the quick decision to leave and take his son to safety. After this, Joe is filled with guilt about the fight and tries to apologise to Ben. But Ben is missing. And Jo [...]

  • Hans

    It seems like the perfect crime. With the perfect victim. It kept me guessing what really was going on.The knowledge about modern technology is suprising.

  • Tanninsandtales

    1.5Lies is a psychological thriller told through the perspective of a male character. Joe is married to Mel and they have a 5 year old boy, William. She is very career oriented while Joe's main focus is the family. Therefore, he takes up most of the responsibilities concerning their child's upbringing.One evening, Joe and his son spot Mel's car entering a hotel. Intrigued by such sighting, Joe follows his wife and witnesses her having a heated discussion with Ben, a family friend, in the hotel l [...]

  • K.L. Slater

    I've just finished reading TM Logan's outstanding and very well-written debut psychological thriller, 'LIES'. Frankly, I have to say, it's a relief to have finished it. The book was so gripping I genuinely found it hard to put down to the extent it interfered with my own writing schedule as I shunned my laptop in favour of keeping those pages turning!I enjoyed reading from a male protagonist's point of view. Joe could be infuriating at times and as the reader I often wanted to shake him. But the [...]

  • YC

    The book lured me with an interesting premise, and I really wanted to like it. But you know that trope in movies where: - the good guy is in peril because the bad guy has caught him,- instead of the bad guy doing what he originally planned to do (detonate a bomb, destroy the world, kill the good guy, etc.), he goes off on a monologue and explains perfectly to the good guy (and the audience) exactly everything you wanted to know (motives, methods, etc.)- oh and of course the bad guy didn't know t [...]

  • Maggie Kiely

    Picked this up as advertised as 'stunning psychological thriller'. Nothing found in the reading to warrant this description to be honest. This is story of Joe who is a wet fish and then some going around with his young son William who is equally as whiney and annoying. I was hoping that someone would swap Joe with the elusive Ben as he surely would have been more interesting. This was based around social media and technology which was overused adding to the overall ridiculousness of the plot. Ad [...]

  • BookwormCatLady

    I'm utterly shocked to discover that this is a debut novel and equally shocked to see a few negative reviews floating around! What's wrong with you?! I finished this within one day.A brilliantly constructed plot, clever twists, a fab cover and great character development of Joe - even though I wanted to smack some common sense into him at times!The only slight criticism I have is that the Police procedural stuff was a bit sketchy although it didn't matter quite so much as (thankfully) the focus [...]

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