Living Lies by Natalie Walters wasn't as suspenseful as I was hoping it would be. When the truths were revealed it didn't feel like they were as big a deal as the main character (Lane) thought they were. Maybe I just know too many people who deal with mental issues and depression. The book took me about a week to read and I'm a fast reader, it didn't pull me in and keep my attention as much as I'd anticipated it would. I finished this this morning and started another book and within half an hour was sixty pages in. For me, it was forgettable.
This book provided for review by Revell.
About the book:
In the little town of Walton, Georgia, everybody knows your name--but no one knows your secret. At least that's what Lane Kent is counting on when she returns to her hometown with her five-year-old son. Dangerously depressed after the death of her husband, Lane is looking for hope. What she finds instead is a dead body.
Lane must work with Walton's newest deputy, Charlie Lynch, to uncover the truth behind the murder. But when that truth hits too close to home, she'll have to decide if saving the life of another is worth the cost of revealing her darkest secret.