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Safe And Sound by Philippa East

Truth Or Lies?

Safe And Sound by Philippa East is an absolutely gripping contemporary psychological novel that had me captivated from the start.

The narrative is split into two different time periods – present day in the first person through the lead characters voice and ‘then’ in the third person narrative. The reader is guessing who is the voice in the past? I failed to guess correctly – again.

Within the tale there are truth and lies, reality and imagination, those who can be trusted and those who cannot. It is up to the reader to work out where the truth and reality lie.

How much do we really know people? We imagine that others have better lives than we do – but do they?

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Little White Lies by Philippa East

Lives In Tandem

Little White Lies by Philippa East is a cracking debut novel that will have the reader’s heart racing to the end. It is a superb contemporary psychological thriller that deals with guilt and what-ifs.

Once a lie is out there and compounded it spirals out of control. The truth lies buried for fear of making a bad situation even worse.

Lives on hold for seven years hope to resume happy families but restoration seems impossible as everyone seems to be keeping secrets. High expectations were unrealistic.

Childhood bonds resume but some things are too broken to be fixed.

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