Lies That Bind Us

Lies That Bind Us

From a prize-winning and New York Times bestselling author comes a chilling novel of deception under the sun…

Jan needs this. She’s flying to Crete to reunite with friends she met there five years ago and relive an idyllic vacation. Basking in the warmth of the sun, the azure sea, and the aura of antiquity, she can once again pretend—for a little while—that she belongs. Her ex-boyfriend Marcus will be among them, but even he doesn’t know the secrets she keeps hidden behind a veil of lies. None of them really know her, and that’s only part of the problem.

Then again, how well does she know them?

When Jan awakens in utter darkness, chained to a wall, a manacle around her wrist, her echoing screams only give her a sense of how small her cell is. As she desperately tries to reconstruct what happened and determine who is holding her prisoner, dread covers despair like a hand clamped over her mouth. Because, like the Minotaur in the labyrinth in Greek myth, her captor will be coming back for her, and all the lies will catch up to her…

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    Lies That Bind Us Reviews

  • The Just-About-Cocky Ms M

    I’m going to be brief here, because this tale is not worth a lengthy exposition. As another reviewer pointed out, the decision to remove the sample pages feature most assuredly increases the chances...

  • Suze

    LiesMy Kindle First Read choice for May- it is listed as Suspense, but I think it's more of a psychological thriller. The story took a totally different turn than I was expecting, very good read- ente...

  • RedRedtheycallmeRed

    2.5 STARSIt's revealed fairly early in the book that Jan is a liar, she lies about big things, she lies about inconsequential things. She's aware of this, yet acts affronted when people don't believe ...

  • Lisa Dicus

    Gripping!!!Gripping, can't put the kindle down, read. I loved the way the author intertwined Greek mythology around the story line. Would highly recommend this book and the author. Onto one of his nex...

  • Carolyn

    My free Kindle First book for May. I was surprised by how much I liked it. It presented Jan’s lying like an addiction. An interesting story of her journey to self awareness, entwined with the myster...

  • Kerry Clair

    Tedious, superfluous, terrible charactersReally couldn’t stand this book. Disliked even the main character, in addition to all the characters. The story was just so overdone, the ending completely r...

  • Tammye

    Engulfed meI never do read a book straight through but rather just add it to bedtime reading for a few weeks until I finish. This book was different, I barely put this one down and finished it in 2 1/...

  • Liz Wright

    I ordered this book as my Kindle First book for May. The synopsis seemed interesting and I enjoy mystery/suspense stories, so I thought it would be a fun read. Other reviewers have found that the book...

  • Dorothy Stone

    From the first page to the last you are trying to figure out who and why.This well written thriller keeps you guessing until the end. I usually figure it out well before the end but not this time. Thi...

  • Nicole Patterson

    I chose this book as my May kindle first read book. It sounded interesting but I found it weird and boring. I gave it 2/5 stars because the twists were actually pretty good and I just thought it was g...