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Lies & Revelations is a compelling, fast-moving, story about emotional extremes, moral dilemmas, violence, death, and true love.
Zeta May, the main character and narrator of this novel, has a complex personality and an extraordinary story to tell.
We meet Zeta in her mid-twenties, struggling with anorexia and the aftermath of drug abuse.
When a new family moves in next door, she develops an obsessive interest in the dynamics of their household, the wife, two young boys and Ray, the father.
Zeta's parents died in separate, but equally violent, incidents when she was two years old. She has absolutely no recollection of her mother's death, even though she watched her die.
Zeta's has one older sister, Angie, who takes on the role of her mother.
When Angie decides that it is time for Zeta to face up to the truth, further revelations about the past, leave both Angie and her sister reeling from the shock.
From that point on, we follow Zeta through an extraordinary decade in her life, which takes her, and the reader, to places they could never have imagined.
Although not initially the most lovable character, her human frailty, personal struggles, and incredible life experiences will have you rooting for her and demanding a happy ending.
Will Zetas new found happiness last or does her disturbing past, revenge, and retaliation, threaten to destroy her?


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I really enjoyed this book. It draws you in slowly and then, as the main character's life changes dramatically, so does the pace of the story. This novel deals with a lot of complicated and difficult subjects of which you feel the writer has genuine knowledge. The story of Zeta May and those closest to her is gripping. I sat in the sunshine in my garden and stayed there, for far longer than intended, reading this novel. So, I felt compelled to write a review and highly recommend it. I have read this writer before, but this is a very different book to those previously written which had a much lighter, comic touch. There is humour to found in this book, though ultimately, it's a moving and sometimes disturbing story.



'Lies & Revelations' at first amused me, then shocked me, then sucked me in; eventually, after getting over a few jolts, I found myself literally unable to leave the book alone until I had finished reading it. This work should be aired on the radio or at the very least be made available as an audiobook. 5 stars out of 5, possibly more ..