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Lying Next to Me PDF Epub Lying Next To Me By Gregg Olsen Pandorajewelry70off.us No Matter What You See, No Matter What You Ve Heard, Assume Nothing.Adam And Sophie Warner And Their Three Year Old Daughter Are Vacationing In Washington State S Hood Canal For Memorial Day Weekend It S The Perfect Getaway To Unplug And To Calm An Uneasy Marriage But On Adam S First Day Out On The Water, He Sees Sophie Abducted By A Stranger A Hundred Yards From Shore, Adam Can T Save Her And Sophie Disappears.In A Nearby Cabin Is Another Couple, Kristen And Connor Moss Unfortunately, Beyond What They Ve Heard In The News, They Re In The Dark When It Comes To Sophie S Disappearance For Adam, At Least There S Comfort In Knowing That Mason County Detective Lee Husemann Is An Old Friend Of His She Ll Do Everything She Can To Help She Must.But As Adam S Paranoia About His Missing Wife Escalates, Lee Puts Together The Pieces Of A Puzzle The Lives Of The Two Couples Are Converging In Unpredictable Ways, And The Picture Is Unsettling Lee Suspects That Not Everyone Is Telling The Truth About What They Know Or They Have Yet To Reveal All The Lies They Ve Hidden From The Strangers They Married.

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  1. says:

    3.5 Stars for Gregg Olsen s Lying to Next to Me a twisty mystery filled with deceitful, self absorbed characters Adam and Sophie Warner take their 3 year old daughter on a weekend getaway at the lake It all looks and sounds idyllic until Sophie is kidnapped a mere hundred yards from Adam, who is helpless to save her Detective Lee Husemann is called in to find Sophie What she uncovers is a tangled web of deceit that she must battle to sort through to get to the truth Olsen definitely kept me turning the pages with unreliable characters that I loved to hate They were self indulgent, narcissistic, morally repugnant and I quit...


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    Revenge is a tricky proposition, especially when you are enraged.We meet characters who were wronged and could possibly go so far as to murder But who to believe Fingers point in many directions.This was an average suspenseful read for me I wasn t invested in any of the characters, because frankly, I highly disliked most of them This was my first Gregg Olsen book and was also a listen The plot line was a bit weak and not c...


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    OH, WHAT TANGLED WEBS WE WEAVE Adam and Sophie and their three year old little girl have set out on a long weekend for some alone time and family bonding They are staying at a secluded beach area with small cabins and all the amenities that would be needed for a real getaway They plan to go out on a small boat in the lake and also do some digging for clams and barbecuing, swimming and getting lots of sun This time is just what is needed for a break from their busy work lives and getting back to basics.There are two cottages next to them, one has a woman with her two grandchildren, and the other cabin has a young couple staying there Adam is on the boat with his daughter while Sophie us reading a book on the deck, when suddenly Adam sees her fighting with someone who carries her off There is another witness but when the detectives arrive, they seem to be suspicious of Adam naturally even though Adam is distraught over witnessing what appears to have been an abduction of his beautiful wife What has happened to Sophie Who and why would someone abduct Adam s wife There will be questions...


  4. says:

    One of my favorite quotes is believe nothing that you hear or see, even salt looks like sugar I thought of that quote often while reading Gregg Olsen s latest thriller, Lying Next to Me Absolutely nothing was what it appeared to be nothing Adam and his wife Sophie, along with their 3 year old daughter, have rented a cabin on a lake Next to them is another couple, Kristin and Connor Moss and on the other side, a grandmother with her grandkids On the second day of the trip, Adam takes his daughter out in a row boat to go crabbing While on the water, he sees someone abduct Sophie who is sitting on the shore An elderly walker also sees Sophie being abducted The grandmother and her grandkids arrive home to see Adam and his daughter frantically rowing toward shore and calls 9 1 1 The Moss couple sees and hears nothing But what really happened that morning What did anyone truly see or hear They all experienced the same thing, right Right Admittedly, I adore Gregg Olsen I ve read everything he has written, including his true crime novels When it comes to crime real or fiction I think no one does it better ...


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    The truth is far complicated than that I love my wife I hate her too I loved the idea of us But and this is hard to admit to myself that was a while ago BUY THIS BOOK Barnes Noble Book Depository Much thanks to NetGalley and Thomas Mercer for this complimentary copy This review is voluntary and opinions are fully my own. Series No Genre Mystery Thriller POV Multiple First Person Cliffhanger No Content Warnings Abduction, Murder, Infidelity, Sexual Assault, Alcoholism, Drug Use, Infertility Issues, Mental Health Issues Read if you are a domestic violence thriller fan Lying Next To Me is my first read from this author but I am thankful to have found a new favorite psychothriller writer Gregg Olsen had me hooked from the start His writing is very character emotion based that will really draw you in and make you so involved.Adam Warner was a first hand witness of his wife, Sophie s abduction What was supposed to be a Memorial Day weekend cabin vacation with their little girl Aubrey turned his whole life around Narrated through Adam, two lead detectives on the case and the other people who were checked in on the other two cabins, this reads like a crime movie or documentary that will really make you keep guessing and eager to find out who did it.I am amazed with how Gregg Olsen molded his characters I felt empathy for Adam and was really rooting for him Then, I w...


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    Genre Thriller Type StandalonePOV First Person MultipleRating Adam and Sophie Warner planned to spend a relaxing time with their toddler at a cozy lake cabin on Memorial Day weekend What supposed to be a break from the daily grind and hopefully reawaken their marriage quickly turned into horror when Sophie was abducted in plain sight His only hope was his childhood friend and now detective Lee Husemann to help find his wife and the perpetrator, but things got complicated when nothing appeared as it seemed I didn t know that when I married her I saw her as she showed herself to the world fun, smart, sexy Funny how those things are often a smoke screen from one s true self. As a reader, I love books that made me question and doubt everything, and this book is one of them The story hooked me from the beginning with the desperation of a family that turned devious as the story progressed Personal connections are strong and powerful motivators, not distractions That s what this is about. I loved the multiple POVs and the short chapters because it forced me to pay attention I enjoyed forming my own theories which were a challenge in ...


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    4.5 StarsDuring a holiday weekend, Adam and Sophie Warner venture to a quaint waterfront cabin in an effort to relax and recharge their strained marriage While Adam and his three year old daughter are boating offshore, they witness Sophie being attacked then abducted in broad daylight Despite other vacationers in nearby cabins, the only two eyewitnesses point to one direction As the investigation into Sophie s disappearance commences, Adam is comforted by the fact his childhood friend, Detective Lee Husemann, is leading the case However, Lee soon discovers all the clues beget questions It is always easier to sleep at night if the monsters outside your house only knock when you give them cause Told from multiple POVs, each character has a unique role as the plot develops and it becomes clear that many of these characters act differently with others and when alone As the investigation continues, probing into these characters humanizes them, as we see their darker sides, but also points to possible motivations Everyone makes a choice on what they want ...


  8. says:

    I was immediately sucked into this book from page one and was torn between wanting to digest it in one sitting or spread it out to savor This book is four hundred pages and so enjoyable I read it in one night This one kept my interest the entire time, I was positively delighted to be surprised by the ending and was even pleased to be satisfied by it It s one thing to shock your readers, but it takes real talent to make it work with the whole story.This intelligent psychological thriller will have you turning pages long after you should have gone to bed Just when I thought I had something figured out, the plot twisted, and I had to read The dynamic, multilayered characters grabbed me from the moment they walked onto the pages The protagonist is as complicated as he is vulnerable, and even when I didn t know what he might do next under constant duress, and even when some of his decisions had me cringing, I still rooted for him the whole time Is he isn t he What s next These questions kept me reading and mesmerized.Lying Next to Me is a fast paced and compelling mystery starring an increasingly unreliable narrator Adam s need for answers is understandable, and with plenty of tension, a...


  9. says:

    Interesting 3.5 rounded up to 4 s I hold my daughter tightly to keep her from the jagged shards of my wife s broken wineglass It s the only tangible indication that something terrible has happened I gulp for air The salmonberry thorns that clawed me as I ran up from the beach to the highway have shredded my bare arms The striations of oozing blood leak slowly and don t require a bandage, though one s offered to me Someone puts a blanket over my shoulders as I sit on the five foot high bulkhead that separates the crescent beach from the three cabins behind me It s a kind gesture, and I don t resist it even though I know it won t help calm my trembling I don t look up Instead, I sit there, wondering if I ve done everything I can. Lying Next to Me by Gregg Olsen is an interesting novel but it wasn t what I was hoping for If I m honest, there were several characters in this book who made it har...


  10. says:

    OH, WHAT TANGLED WEBS WE WEAVE Adam and Sophie and their three year old little girl have set out on a long weekend for some alone time and family bonding They are staying at a secluded beach area with small cabins and all the amenities that would be needed for a real getaway They plan to go out on a small boat in the lake and also do some digging for clams and barbecuing, swimming and getting lots of sun This time is just what is needed for a break from their busy work lives and getting back to basics There are two cottages next to them, one has a woman with her two grandchildren, and the other cabin has a young couple staying there Adam is on the boat with his daughter while Sophie is reading a book on the deck, when suddenly Adam sees her fighting with someone who carries her off There is another witness but when the detectives arrive, they seem to be suspicious of Adam naturally even though Adam is distraught over witnessing what appears to have been an abduction of his beautiful wife What has happened to Sophie Who and why would someone abduct Adam s wife There will be questions than answers as the story rapidly progresses, but all questions will be answered by the end of this very suspenseful and compelling book Lying Next To Me was a wonderful read for me There were so many twists and turns that my head was spinning At one point, I thought I had the ending figured out, but I was happily wrong Sometimes I really enjoy being wrong Gregg Olsen is an exceptional writer an...

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