The Perfect Liar by Thomas Christopher Greene | Review

The Perfect LiarThomas Christopher Greene | St. Martin's Press | Pub: January 15, 2019 | Pages: 279

The reviews are highly mixed for this book, so I had no clue if I would even like this book when I picked it up, but I ended up kind of liking it. This was a quick, entertaining, and fast-paced story.

The story contained a few twists and turns, making this quite an enjoyable read. The whole time I was definitely trying to figure out who was lying, who was telling the truth, who has the biggest secret? So many questions to be answered! If you need a good escape and a short, fast-paced story – this one is for you!

Thank you to St. Martin's Press for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.


A seemingly perfect marriage is threatened by the deadly secrets husband and wife keep from each other, for fans of B.A. Paris and Paula Hawkins.

Susannah, a young widow and single mother, has remarried well: to Max, a charismatic artist and popular speaker whose career took her and her fifteen-year-old son out of New York City and to a quiet Vermont university town. Strong-willed and attractive, Susannah expects that her life is perfectly in place again. Then one quiet morning she finds a note on her door: I KNOW WHO YOU ARE.

Max dismisses the note as a prank. But days after a neighborhood couple comes to dinner, the husband mysteriously dies in a tragic accident while on a run with Max. Soon thereafter, a second note appears on their door: DID YOU GET AWAY WITH IT?

Both Susannah and Max are keeping secrets from the world and from each other —secrets that could destroy their family and everything they have built.


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