Someone is Lying – Jenny Blackhurst

When Anne Cater of Random Things Tours contacted me and asked if I wanted to be on the #blogtour for Jenny’s latest book SOMEONE IS LYING it took me approximately 0.3 of a second to say HELL YEAH , I will take ANY date and therefore I am thrilled to be part of the tour and honoured to be kicking it off together with fellow blogger Katherine Reads Books.

About the book:

The chilling new psychological thriller from Jenny Blackhurst, the #1 eBook-bestselling author of HOW I LOST YOU. Full of unexpected twists, this is perfect for fans of FRIEND REQUEST, CLOSE TO HOME, and THE GUILTY WIFE.

It’s been a year since Erica Spencer died in a tragic accident at a party, and the community where she lived has moved on with their lives.

Everybody has secrets.

But someone thinks it wasn’t an accident. Someone thinks it was murder.

Some are worth killing for.

And when an anonymous podcast names six local suspects, shockwaves ripple through the neighbourhood. Before the podcast is over, the police will be opening more than one murder enquiry. Because someone is lying…

But who?

About the Author: Jenny Blackhurst grew up in Shropshire where she still lives with her husband and children. Growing up she spent hours reading and talking about crime novels – writing her own seemed like natural progression.

My Review: As a massive fan of Jenny Blackhurst’s books I was thrilled to be involved in the official Cover Reveal for Someone is Lying and it was a no-brainer when Anne Cater asked if I would like to be part of the #blogtour.

Someone Is Lying is a standalone psychological thriller.  Set in an exclusive gated community called Severn Oaks the story revolves around Erica Spencer, a resident of Severn Oaks who tragically died in an accident the previous year which has affected all the neighbours deeply.  When an anonymous post appears on the local Facebook Page claiming Erica’s death was no accident and announcing a podcast which will prove who killed Erica over the next few weeks the residents start to panic, especially as each and every one of them have secrets and lies which they will do anything to keep hidden.

With a large cast of characters it is easy to get slightly confused at the beginning of the story, but it didn’t take me long to get totally and utterly gripped by the story line.  There were several twists which I really didn’t see coming and once again Jenny Blackhurst proves she really can write a superb, psychological thriller.

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