Review: Tell Me the Truth by Kiersten Modglin

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Release date: March 1, 2022

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Synopsis:

It’s not the first time Edith’s husband, Joe, has lied to her.
But it will be the last.

When she finds photos of a mysterious woman on her husband’s phone, the heartbreaking implications are all too familiar, and Edith sets out to discover her identity. What starts as a desperate search for answers quickly becomes a terrifying spiral of obsession and subterfuge.

With each new secret uncovered about her life, her marriage, and the man she loves, Edith is left with even more questions.

What exactly is Joe hiding?
Who is the woman in his photos?

Refusing to accept Joe’s lies any longer, Edith soon finds herself living a double life, telling lies and keeping secrets of her own. When she uncovers a final piece of the puzzle, something darker and more gut-wrenching than even she could’ve anticipated, Edith is forced to make a choice about the future of her marriage.

The truth always comes at a price.
Sometimes, that price is your life.

Review:

The other night I was in the mood for a super fast paced and twisty thriller and when I was browsing my shelves I remembered that this book had landed on my Kindle and I knew it would be exactly what I was in the mood for. I was right, I devoured this in just a few hours because I couldn’t put it down. It was full of the authors signature twists and turns, it took a well known trope of a cheating spouse but she put her own unique spin on it and if you’ve read a KMod book before you know that means things were unexpected. The ending was tense, satisfying and thrilling all at once, just overall a solid thriller read. The less you know the better here so just take my advice and add this one to your TBR for the day you’re in the mood for a binge read.

Overall rating: 4/5

Thanks to the publisher for my review copy.

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