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Three Little Lies

Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Prepare for your latest obsession....

From the Sunday Times bestselling author of Friend Request comes an electrifying new thriller about friendship, betrayal and revenge.

Sasha North has gone missing.   

Everyone says she's run away, but I know better. We've been best friends since we were teenagers, since Sasha swept into the neighbourhood and brought colour to my life. Until a brutal attack changed both our lives forever.

I know what happened that night. I know who wants revenge.

And if Sasha has been taken, does that mean I'm next? 

©2018 Laura Marshall (P)2018 Hachette Audio UK

Critic Reviews

"An uncomfortably tense thriller combined with a well-observed coming-of-age tale." (Caz Frear, best-selling author of Sweet Little Lies)

"A compulsive psychological thriller with compelling characters and a twisty plot." Jenny Quintana, best-selling author of The Missing Girl

"I raced through this, genuinely unable to put it down. Another brilliant, compelling novel." (Karen Hamilton, best-selling author of The Perfect Girlfriend)

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  • Beth & Lee Gainer
  • 25-07-2018

Excellent

Really enjoyed this audiobook was gripped from the beginning. Laura Marshall is fast becoming one of my favourite authors! Looking forward to her next book.

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  • Lozinge
  • 07-02-2019

Was a good book

Was a little disappointed as I chose this after friend request. It was a good story but not as good in respect of twists and turns. Still very good in respect of the plot and the ending! Would recommend it.

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  • Sarah
  • 25-01-2019

ADDICTIVE! Excellent narration by Imogen Wilde

I had recently read "Friend Request" (also by Laura Marshall) and was looking for something else to start - not necessarily by the same author but this came up and, as I enjoyed "Friend Request", I thought I'd give it ago, so bought the ebook and got the audio on the Amazon offer.

The audio book, with the mesmerising voice of Imogen Wilde, who I felt played the character perfectly and part of the reason I enjoyed the story so much, was so good that I never even got to read the ebook. Headphones on and closed off to the world, I sailed through it in a single weekend.

It does flit back and forth in time but I found it easy to follow, and the story had plenty of twists and turns that kept me wanting more.

I highly recommend this audio book and will now be on the lookout for the next book by one of my new favourite authors, and will check out anything else narrated by Imogen Wilde.

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  • Emma
  • 02-12-2018

5 stars

I really liked this book. Loved the narraters and I was hooked. I recommend! I want more - I also loved Friend request so just waiting for the next one!

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  • David M
  • 20-11-2018

truly awful

This story revolves around a group of 16 year old school girls, their social and love lives, plus one male friend who is up in court on a rape charge. (The book is aimed at teenage girls I think - not me, a retired male.)

The narrator assigned to Ellen is awful. She gives Ellen an immature, slightly baby voice inappropriate for a 16 yo girl. Making things worse, the author has the 16 year old girls speaking in rather mature, flowery language that doesn't sit well with an Estuary accent. Ellen still has the same voice at age 27. Unfortunately most of the book is from Ellen's perspective, so throughout, I found the narrator's voice distracting from the story.

The author tries to give the story some suspense by jumping back and forth randomly between time periods in a haphazard way which just makes the story difficult to follow. This is not the same as gripping edge-of-your-seat Hitchcock style suspense.

I won't give away any spoilers, but I found the story itself unsatisfactory and implausible. I just didn't like it.

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  • FELICITY GAINARD
  • 13-07-2018

Boring

Really boring and long winded . Didn’t get the jist for ages and glad when it was over

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-07-2018

Absorbing!

I couldn't stop listening to this on audible because I wanted to know the outcome so much!