#BookReview #TheLiar’sChild by Sheryl Browne #BlogTour @SherylBrowne @bookouture

I am super excited to share my review with you for The Liar’s Child by Sheryl Browne. Which is out now

I’ll do anything to protect my daughter…

When I pick my beloved daughter Poppy up from school one afternoon, my mind races when I see the little girl holding Poppy’s hand. With the same heart-shaped face, long brown hair and dark eyes, the two girls look identical. In fact, they look like sisters.

Is the secret I’ve been holding on to for so long about to be revealed?

That night, I cuddle Poppy even harder, desperately trying to decide what to do. And then my husband’s phone vibrates. A message. And then another. And another. All from a number I don’t recognise.

Is someone going to tell my husband what I did? Could I be about to lose everything I have worked so hard to protect?

But I’ve spent so long hiding the truth, I never stopped to wonder if I was the only liar in the family… The only thing I’m sure of is that nobody is going to take my child away from me.

If you can’t get enough of addictive psychological thrillers like Gone GirlThe Wife Between Us and The Marriage, you’ll love The Liar’s Child. With nail-biting suspense and an ending that will make your heart pound, this is one book you simply won’t be able to put down.

My Thoughts

The queen of psychological thrillers strikes again….

I am a massive fan of Sheryl’s so I went into this not reading the blurb so having no idea what to expect my first thoughts are Wowsers what a story….where do I start!

This story is so well written and thoroughly researched it has totally blown my mind. With Twist after twist, Sheryl has excelled herself.

From the start I was pulled into a story that drip feeds you, building up layers that will keep you guessing until the end. When we meet Kay and Matthew and their daughter Poppy who has a kidney disease which is heartbreaking. So much sensitivity has gone into this book. You can feel the emotion throughout the story. My heart totally went out to Kay and Matthew.

Then we meet Jason, Matthew’s brother Without giving anything away. Lets just say It wouldn’t be a Sheryl Browne book without the family drama.The Lair’s Child is a story full of secrets and lies which throws you sideways with all the tension and suspense as they unravel. I couldn’t read this fast enough wanting to know what was going to happen next. I was taken on one hell of a rollercoaster ride that I am lost for words to describe how brilliant this book is.

This is without a doubt Sheryl’s best book yet! I love it and cannot recommend it enough giving it all the stars.

Buy Links:

Amazon: https://bit.ly/3laUR7I

Apple: https://apple.co/3rFhOmt

Kobo: https://bit.ly/3BPosLB

Google: https://bit.ly/3iU1nyU

Author Bio:

Sheryl Browne writes psychological thriller and edgy contemporary fiction. A member of the Crime Writers’ Association, Romantic Novelists’ Association and awarded a Red Ribbon by The Wishing Shelf Book Awards, Sheryl has several books published and two short stories in Birmingham City University anthologies, where she completed her MA in Creative Writing.


3 thoughts on “#BookReview #TheLiar’sChild by Sheryl Browne #BlogTour @SherylBrowne @bookouture

  1. Reblogged this on Sheryl Browne and commented:
    Have to share! After beaming all over my face (not a good look still in your PJs with Medusa style hair) I feel all tearful after reading this: ‘This story is so well written and thoroughly researched it has totally blown my mind.’ 😁 Thank you so much, Shell Baker​ for a totally brilliant review! 🥰


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