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‘Riveting and thrilling in equal measure. I didn’t come up for air until the very last page. Filled with fantastic characters who find themselves in terrifying and unexpected situations. I kept asking myself, what would I do if it was me? A fantastic read with so many great twists. The best book from Louise Phillips so far.’ Patricia Gibney

‘Compelling and clever. They All Lied grips you from the opening page and doesn’t let you go.’ Brian McGilloway


When Nadine Fitzmaurice, a manager in an insurance company, gets a distressed phone call from her eighteen-year-
old daughter, Becca, telling her she’s killed someone, Nadine’s life is turned upside down.

Now Becca is being held against her will and, determined to save her daughter, Nadine finds herself dragged into the
underworld of organised crime – and under the scrutiny of Detective Sergeant Wren Moore.

But the more Nadine gets sucked in by those holding Becca, elements of her past, and a ‘TRUTH or DARE’ game that went terribly wrong years before, come to the surface.
Eighteen years earlier, teenager, Evie Nolan went missing. She never came home.
One day Becca was there, and now she is gone too.
But can Nadine help her daughter before it’s too late?

‘One of the most original and distinctive voices in Irish crime fiction.’ Jane Casey

‘Cleverly plotted and deftly woven, with surprises at every turn.’ Andrea Mara

Reviews

Riveting and thrilling, you will not come up for air until the very last page
Patricia Gibney
Grips you from the opening page and doesn't let you go. Compassionate, clever and compelling
Brian McGilloway
One of the most original and distinctive voices in Irish crime fiction ... They All Lied will delight Louise Phillips' many fans
Jane Casey
An explosive thriller with brilliant twists
Anthony Quinn
Cleverly plotted, with surprises at every turn
Andrea Mara