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Two Truths and a Lie eBook à Two Truths  Epub / and a From the author of The Islanders comes a warm, witty and suspenseful novel filled with smalltown secrets, summer romance, big time lies and spiked seltzer, in the vein of Liane MoriartyTruth: Sherri Griffin and her daughter, Katie, have recently moved to the idyllic beach town of Newburyport, Massachusetts Rebecca Coleman, widely acknowledged former leader of the Newburyport Mom Squad having taken a step back since her husband’s shocking and tragic death eighteen months ago, has made a surprising effort to include these newcomers in typically closedgroup activities Rebecca’s teenage daughter Alexa has even been spotted babysitting KatieTruth: Alexa has time on her hands because of a recent fallingout with her longtime best friends for reasons no one knows—but everyone suspects have to do with Alexa’s highly popular and increasingly successful YouTube channel Katie Griffin, who at ageprobably doesn’t need a babysitter any, can’t be left alone because she has terrifying nightmares that don’t seem to jibe with the vague story Sherri has floated about the “bad divorce” she left behind in Ohio Rebecca Coleman has been spending a lot of time with Sherri, it’s true, but she’s also been spending time with someone else she doesn’t want the Mom Squad to know about just yetLie: Rebecca Coleman doesn’t have a new man in her life, and definitely not someone connected to the Mom Squad Alexa is not seeing anyone new herself and is planning on shutting down her YouTube channel in advance of attending college in the fall Sherri Griffin’s real name is Sherri Griffin, and a bad divorce is all she’s running fromA blend of propulsive thriller and gorgeous summer read, Two Truths and a Lie reminds us that happiness isn’t always a day at the beach, some secrets aren’t meant to be shared, and the most precious things are the people we love


10 thoughts on “Two Truths and a Lie

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    This is something between Moriarty’s Big Little Lies waltzes with Kimberly Belle’s Dear Wife and salutes to Flynn’s Gone Girl and Elin Hilderbrand’s beach town stories. It is a little big long story with multi POVS and I actually enjoy Rebecca’s facing the trauma and Sherri’s running away from the trauma stories more than Rebecca’s daughter Alexa’s problematic future thoughts, dealing with


  2. Elyse Walters Elyse Walters says:

    Mother’s...”The Squad”
    Middle age teens
    Older teens
    Beach town setting
    End of the summer before going back to schools

    Tequila cocktail parties with hired bartenders and DJ’s, drugs, secrets, lies, surf camp, nature overnight camp, babysitters, fashion and beauty concerns, ice lattes, walks, gossip, one woman was writing a domestic thriller ( nothing amounted to know


  3. DJ Sakata DJ Sakata says:

    Favorite Quotes:

    The woman was Sherri “with an i” (that was how she introduced herself, as though the i were of particular value, a bonus).

    It was summer, obviously. But in a funny way it felt like it was Christmas morning and Cameron Hartwell was a present Alexa hadn’t yet unwrapped.

    Outside the door stood a shriveled specimen of a woman. She was holding a small dog with


  4. Julie (JuJu) Julie (JuJu) says:

    4 stars for this fresh and welcome break from my usual read! Fun, quick and perfect for the beach.

    When I saw this one available to rent, I snatched it up immediately. This Audiobook was hard to stop listening too! My first read by this author, but I’ll be back for more.

    Published: June 16th 2020 by HarperCollins
    @mmitchmoore #Audiobook #SummerRead #BeachRead #SummerLove


  5. Amy Amy says:

    What a delicious, slightly wicked summer read this one was! It was like a mash up of Liane Moriarty and Elin Hilderbrand and that combination worked really well for me. It had the secretive, light style mystery of LM and the ensemble cast and idyllic setting of EH, everything I look for in a summer read for sure!

    This is told via several viewpoints, Rebecca, her daughter Alexa and new to town Sherrie are t


  6. Genevieve Trono Genevieve Trono says:

    I just finished Two Truths and a Lie by Meg Mitchell Moore and it was the perfect brain candy reading! Her books always scream summer vacation to me (I brought the Islanders to Maine last summer and it was just perfect!)

    This one is a beach book with a little mystery tied in which made for a great mix. And it made me so happy to have little glimpses of the Islanders tied in (like the Dinner by Dad blog!) Thi


  7. Elle& Elle& says:

    Release Date: June 16, 2020
    Actual Rating: 4 stars

    Women’s Fiction | Domestic Drama/Suspense

    Two Truths and a Lie is the perfect summer read! This book reminded me of other novels written by some of my favorite authors like Liane Moriarty, Sarah Pekkanen, and Elin Hilderbrand, all mixed together! What a pure delight! I’ve been looking for authors who are similar to all three of these wri


  8. Renee (itsbooktalk) Renee (itsbooktalk) says:

    4.5 stars
    Last year I loved The Islanders and I have to say, I liked this one even more.⁣ I never want to give away too many plot details but the story alternates between Rebecca, a widow still grappling with her grief, her 17 year old daughter Alexis who has many secrets, Sherri, who has just moved to Newburyport, MA with her young daughter under some very interesting circumstances and “the squad,” the very catt


  9. Toni Toni says:

    A fast paced, mystery beach read. Once you start, just like potato chips, you won't be able to stop. And why would you? You're captivated until the very last word.

    The MomSquad is a group of twelve Moms who all have 11 year old daughters entering 6th grade in the fall; dreaded Middle School. They’re correct to be worried, MS are probably the worst years in a teenagers’ life. The MomSquad tries to do the best for t


  10. ABookwormWithWine ABookwormWithWine says:

    Two Truths and a Lie by Meg Mitchell Moore is such a quick, engrossing read, and it would be perfect for taking to the beach! There wasn't actually too much mystery or suspense in


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