The Good Lie By Alessandra Torre is a brilliant psychological thriller with lots of twists. The characters and their stories were very well written. Each of their stories are interwoven so well that it was difficult to tell who may be lying and, in particular, why? I was questioning everybody’s intentions as I realized some were lying, I had no clue about why. I think this spine chiller is expertly written, the pacing was great, and the finishing which I didn’t see coming.
The psychiatrist “Gwen Moore” specialized in treating those with deadly fantasies. Some of which come to fruition. While dealing to an especially distressing situation with respect to a client, the state of California is in turmoil because of a serial killer. The Bloody Heart Killer targets male youngsters, tortures them, and leaves them to die in an extremely gruesome style.
The most recent victim is able to get away, and identifies the serial killer as Randall Thompson, a teacher at his secondary school. With Randall in jail, all ought to be good…except Defence lawyer Robert Kavin doesn’t trust Randall is guilty. Robert chooses to get him free, however what makes things more mind-boggling is that Robert’s child, Gabe, was a victim of the Bloody Heart Killer.
The Good Lie additionally has an intriguing cast of characters, and keeping in mind that they may not all be totally likeable, they fit their part in the story perfectly. Their imperfections and contrary character qualities are taken advantage of without limit, and everybody seems to be hiding something…
It is perfect to keep you remain alert, the degree of mystery high and obviously additionally wonderful. Wonderful to incorporate those unexpected developments and mystery uncovers that help to transform this thrill ride into a success. And guess what? I wasn’t even too bothered by the sex scenes! Presumably on the grounds that I was too busy turning those pages to perceive how the story would end… Indeed, this story was certainly a success. I highly recommend The Good Lie By Alessandra Torre.