She Lies Alone by Laura Wolfe

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News spreads fast. Gossip spreads faster. Deadly secrets spread fastest of all.

Jane Bryson obeys the rules. A long-standing science teacher at Ravenswood High School, she lives a simple life with her husband Craig and Moose the black Labrador. When free-spirited new English teacher Elena Mayfield joins Ravenswood, Jane’s excited to have a friend who is ready to challenge authority, and Elena’s soon shaking things up.

When Elena starts a controversial club, Jane is ready to support her. When Elena begins an illicit romance with a colleague, Jane is there to help her shield her secret. When people begin asking questions about Elena, Jane backs her all the way.

But the morning after the annual fundraiser, Elena’s body is found crumpled on the soccer field.

It soon becomes clear that not everyone found Elena charming and funny. A thousand people were at the fundraiser: there’s a town full of suspects and a long list of motives. Who was angry with Elena? What had her curiosity and rule-breaking uncovered? Who wanted to shut her up?

Who has told lies they would kill to hide?

A totally gripping psychological suspense novel that you won’t be able to put down, She Lies Alone is a compelling thriller that will keep you turning the pages. Perfect for fans of Lisa Jewell, Ruth Ware and The Woman in the Window.

  • File Name:she-lies-alone-by-laura-wolfe.epub
  • Original Title:She Lies Alone: An utterly compelling psychological suspense novel
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  • Language:en
  • Identifier:ISBN:9781800190061
  • Publisher:Bookouture
  • Date:2020-11-08T18:30:00+00:00
  • File Size:438.824 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. Title Page
  • 2. Books by Laura Wolfe
  • 3. Contents
  • 4. Dedication
  • 5. Prologue
  • 6. Chapter 1
  • 7. Chapter 2
  • 8. Chapter 3
  • 9. Chapter 4
  • 10. Chapter 5
  • 11. Chapter 6
  • 12. Chapter 7
  • 13. Chapter 8
  • 14. Chapter 9
  • 15. Chapter 10
  • 16. Chapter 11
  • 17. Chapter 12
  • 18. Chapter 13
  • 19. Chapter 14
  • 20. Chapter 15
  • 21. Chapter 16
  • 22. Chapter 17
  • 23. Chapter 18
  • 24. Chapter 19
  • 25. Chapter 20
  • 26. Chapter 21
  • 27. Chapter 22
  • 28. Chapter 23
  • 29. Chapter 24
  • 30. Chapter 25
  • 31. Chapter 26
  • 32. Chapter 27
  • 33. Chapter 28
  • 34. Chapter 29
  • 35. Chapter 30
  • 36. Chapter 31
  • 37. Chapter 32
  • 38. Chapter 33
  • 39. Chapter 34
  • 40. Epilogue
  • 41. Two Widows
  • 42. Hear More from Laura
  • 43. Books by Laura Wolfe
  • 44. A Letter from Laura
  • 45. Acknowledgments
  • 46. *
  • 47. Copyright
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i was really excited to read this , because the plot seemed really good . but the writing was just a big no-no. i didn't like how they had a POV change every chapter between the two characters and okay that's fine , but whats not fine is the change between first person and third person writing. it just made the story sound amateur and weird.

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