The day the Lies Began
By Kylie Kaden
While this is a well written drama, that develops tension, it is a slow read.
Both the story line and the characters are well developed, which slowly builds.
The story is painfully slow to build though. In main due to the amount of work in the character development.
It happened the day of the Moon Festival. It could have been left behind, they all could have moved on with their lives. But secrets have a habit of rising to the surface, especially in small towns.
Two couples, four ironclad friendships, the perfect coastal holiday town. With salt-stung houses perched like lifeguards overlooking the shore, Lago Point is the scene of postcards, not crime scenes. Wife and mother Abbi, town cop Blake, schoolteacher Hannah and local doctor Will are caught in their own tangled webs of deceit.
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