Published by Penguin on July 14th 2018
Genres: Adult, Mystery
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The last people who expect to be meeting with a drug-addicted prostitute are a respected judge and his reclusive wife. And they certainly don't plan to kill her and bury her in their exquisite suburban garden.
Yet Andrew and Lydia Fitzsimons find themselves in this unfortunate situation.
While Lydia does all she can to protect their innocent son Laurence and their social standing, her husband begins to falls apart.
But Laurence is not as naïve as Lydia thinks. And his obsession with the dead girl's family may be the undoing of his own.
From the outside, Andrew Fitzsimons and his wife and son Laurence are living quite comfortably. Events on that fateful night, leaves a young woman dead.
Andrew is a respected judge, but finds himself in a situation he should never had been in. Now he is worried about being blackmailed by Annie who happens to be a prostitute. one things leads to another and Annie ends up dead. Murdered..
This is told in multiple POV’s, Andrew, Lydia and Annie’s sister, Karen. Through all the POV’s, the story is layed out giving all the little clues for us. We just have to wait and pieces them all together as they come. The more you read, the more believe that the Fitzsimons are one seriously dysfunctional family. While Karen just want to know what happened to her sister.
Lydia is worried about her families social status but she is one overprotective parent, and I do mean over protective mother too, a little on the obsessive side. I kinda felt bad for her son Laurence. It wasn’t long before I realized that he wasn’t as naive and innocent as his mother thought he was. Andrew is starting to lose it, keeping So many secrets can do that you.
Now story wise, it is hard not to give too much away. It’s almost better not know a lot, allowing the pieces fall where they will. I will say one thing though, that ending was not at all how I thought it all would end. It was a pretty amazing little twist. Well done..
Lying in Wait will take you on one dark and twisted tale, full of suspense from start to finish. Overall, it is a pretty fantastic thriller, fans of this genre will enjoy it.
Lies, secrets and murder... Review for Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent @lizzienugent @PenguinBooks #adult #mystery #crime #thriller fiction #arc #review Click To Tweet