Waking up with a man in your bed who isn’t your husband and one who is bleeding and dead is what Louise faced one morning.
Yes she had been drinking heavily the night before, but she has no recollection of what happened.
The question is: How did this man get from her bed to her front yard?
We meet Louise, her husband, friends of Louise, friends of the victim and the investigative team as we go back and forth from the present situation to getting background on the main characters.
The characters were well developed, but I didn’t really like any of them. The detectives were an interesting lot too.
I couldn’t narrow down who I thought the murderer was even though it seemed to point to one person.
If you like to keep guessing, LIE BESIDE ME will be a good read for you.
It was a bit confusing, though, with all the characters, but the multiple story lines will keep you reading because of the curiosity about who the murderer could be, how and where the murder happened, and what will happen to the couples keeping secrets and having problems. 4/5
This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.