A few little lies never hurt anyone. Right?
I quite enjoyed "Lie With Me" - what I would call a traditional character driven psychological thriller. A slow burner, this took quite a while to reach its goal but when it did everything just fit perfectly and I enjoyed the ride to get there. I didn't have a clue as to what the storyline was going to be about, having not quite delved into the blurb much, but I found it strangely intriguing as to where the story was going and liked how the story was set in both England and Greece. Although the main character Paul, isn't someone you're drawn to (in fact I don't think I liked any of the characters) I still felt a sense of injustice for him even though a lot of his downfall was very much his own selfish undoing. We know very early on that something has gone seriously wrong in his life and I was curious as to what that actually was.
Well written, easy to follow and an intriguing plot, I'd easily read another book by the author Sabine Durrant and I would happily recommend this book.