Two Truths and a Lie

A Novel

    • 4.1 • 111 Ratings
    • $11.99
    • $11.99

Publisher Description

A NATIONAL BESTSELLER

From the author of The Islanders comes a warm, witty and suspenseful novel filled with small-town secrets, summer romance, big time lies and spiked seltzer, in the vein of Liane Moriarty.

Truth: Sherri Griffin and her daughter, Katie, recently moved to the idyllic beach town of Newburyport, Massachusetts. They’ve been welcomed by Rebecca Coleman, unofficial former leader of the Newburyport Mom Squad, and her teenage daughter Alexa, Katie’s new babysitter.

Truth: Alexa has time on her hands after a falling-out with her friends involving her popular YouTube channel. Katie can’t be left alone because of nightmares that don’t jibe with Sherri’s vague story about her past. Rebecca Coleman has been spending time with someone she doesn’t want people to know about just yet.

Lie: There’s no new man in Rebecca’s life, and it’s definitely not one connected to the Mom Squad. Alexa isn’t seeing anyone new herself and plans on shutting down her YouTube channel before leaving for college. Sherri Griffin’s real name is Sherri Griffin, and a bad divorce is all she’s running from.

A blend of propulsive thriller and gorgeous summer read, Two Truths and a Lie reminds us that happiness isn’t always a day at the beach, some secrets aren’t meant to be shared, and the most precious things are the people we love.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2020
June 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
416
Pages
PUBLISHER
William Morrow
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

bnh001 ,

A Real Page Turner!

This was my first book by author Meg Mitchell Moore, and will certainly not be my last. I thoroughly enjoyed this story. It kept me very intrigued throughout, not knowing that would happen next! I read somewhere that this was a mix between an Elin Hilderbrand and Liane Moriarty novel, and I couldn't agree more. I definitely recommend adding Two Truths and a Lie to your reading list.

Mrs. Briggs ,

Just okay

Hard to stay interested in. Didn’t care for the twist at the end. Not my favorite summer read this year.

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