Book Review — “Big Lies in a Small Town” by Diane Chamberlain

If you had the chance to start a new life, would you take it? Morgan Christopher gets that chance when she’s visited in prison by two women who are strangers to her but are offering not only a release from prison but also a job restoring a post office mural that was mysteriously important to one of the women’s father. Thus begins both Morgan’s second chance and the rebirth of the mysteries surrounding the mural. Told alternately between Morgan in 2018 and Anna (the mural’s artist) in 1940, “Big Lies in a Small Town” is a story of jealousy, lies, murder as well as friendship, loyalty and strength. This was an interesting storyline filled with well-defined characters. Diane Chamberlain navigates between the past and present flawlessly and the reader gets to discover the mystery along with the 2018 characters. Definitely a good read!! Disclaimer — I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. Thank you NetGalley and the publisher! 🤩🤩🤩🤩

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