Author(s): Sabine Durrant
THE UNPUTDOWNABLE RICHARD & JUDY BOOK CLUB PICK AND SUNDAY TIMES TOP TEN BESTSELLER 'Utterly gripping' Daily Mail 'A killer twist' Woman & Home 'I loved every page' Clare Mackintosh 'A perfect thriller: clever, classy and shocking. I read it in one day' Erin Kelly A few little lies never hurt anyone. Right? Wrong. Paul has a plan. He has a vision of a better future, and he's going to make it happen. If it means hiding or exaggerating a few things here and there, no harm done. But when he charms his way on to a family holiday...And finds himself trapped among tensions and emotions he doesn't understand...By the time he starts to realise that however painful the truth is, it's the lies that cause the real damage...Well, by then, it might just be too late.
Brilliantly executed - I loved every page. -- Clare Mackintosh, author of I Let You Go A sizzling tale of deceit, betrayal and entrapment that is extraordinarily well-crafted and utterly gripping - a stunning summer read Daily Mail The word-perfect portrait of character leading to disaster, the unfurling dread, the ingenious plotting... I feel sick with envy that I didn't write it myself. -- Alex Marwood, author of The Darkest Secret An unsettling, disturbing but utterly brilliant, gripping read with a terrific twist Sunday Mirror I was intrigued, unsettled and utterly engrossed from the very first page...so beautifully written and intelligently constructed -- Laura Barnett, author of The Versions of Us Ingenious plotting, fine characterisation and assured pacing The Sunday Times Grabs you from the first page and never lets you go. If, like me, you have been longing for a psycho-thriller of genius since you finished Gone Girl, then the wait is finally over. -- Tony Parsons, author of The Murder Bag Enormous fun, a psychological thriller worthy of Ruth Rendell or Patricia Highsmith... The way the narration keeps us guessing is masterly Guardian A perfect thriller: clever, classy and shocking. I read it in one day. -- Erin Kelly, author of The Poison Tree Simmering with menace, and with a blisteringly taut and twisted plot. Simply superb. -- Sarah Hilary, author of Someone Else's Skin A clever, engaging thriller to frantically binge-read as the tension mounts and all the subtle clues that Durrant has skilfully hidden begin to reveal themselves Red Magazine I absolutely loved it: claustrophobic, gripping, and beautifully written with a growing sense of foreboding until the unexpected, final twist. -- Claire Douglas, author of The Sisters Tense, darkly funny and morally complex. I wished Lie With Me wouldn't end. -- Tamar Cohen, author of When She Was Bad An exceptional novel that seduced me from the first page and tightened its grip with every chapter. I'm not sure it has released me even now. -- Claire Kendal, author of The Book of You A compelling, clever, claustrophobic read with a brilliantly executed anti-hero - I loved Lie With Me! -- Angela Clarke, author of Follow Me A tremendously engrossing, unnerving story...delivers suspense from the outset and dark jokes and surprises throughout -- Mark Lawson I was absolutely hooked...Sabine builds up the sense of unease with unbelievable finesse. This book simply sings -- Jenny Blackhurst, author of How I Lost You Amid all the lies, one inalienable truth - Durrant has written a clever and totally gripping thriller. -- T.R. Richmond, author of What She Left Tightly plotted and taut with psychological suspense, I couldn't put down this gripping novel. In my mind, Lie With Me is set to be one of this summer's biggest hits. -- Lucy Clarke, author of The Sea Sisters It is so skilfully done - Domestic Noir at its very finest. -- Julia Crouch, author of Cuckoo
Sabine Durrant is the author of two psychological thrillers, Under Your Skin and Remember Me This Way. Her previous novels are Having It and Eating It and The Great Indoors, and two books for teenage girls, Cross Your Heart, Connie Pickles and Ooh La La! Connie Pickles. She is a former features editor of the Guardian and a former literary editor at the Sunday Times, and her writing has appeared in many national newspapers and magazines. She lives in south London with her partner and their three children.