Book Review: The Better Liar by Tanen Jones

“The more you know someone, the more someone’s you know. They kaleidoscope outward before your eyes.”

Leslie is looking for her long-lost sister. Not because she misses her, but because she needs her to collect their father’s inheritance. A stipulation of the will. But Robin is dead by the time Leslie arrives so her and a stranger hatch a plan and spin a few lies, and there begins the rabbit hole.

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The Better Liar is a nice, slow burn psychological thriller, debut from Tanen Jones. The writing style reminded me a lot of a Ruth Ware novel and since Ruth Ware is auto buy for me, I’ll be picking up Tanen’s next book as well. It wasn’t too intense, but the mystery style questions kept the pages turning and, in the end, I enjoyed it as a light read.

I recommend this for readers who enjoyed, The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware. I’m looking forward to what’s coming next from this debut author.

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