One explosion. Three women. Countless secrets. From bestselling author Catherine McKenzie comes a suspenseful, unsettling novel about what lurks in the wake of tragedy. Everybody hides. Everybody lies.
On October 10th, three women's lives are forever altered by a terrible accident.
Cecily was supposed to be in the building that exploded in Chicago and killed her husband. A photo taken of her as she watched the horrifying scene quickly brings her unwanted media attention as the "poster child" of the haunting event. Cecily has secrets she's desperately trying to hide but cannot find a way to divert the media's attention from her and her family.
Franny lost her birth mother—Cecily's best friend—in the destruction shortly after the two met. A year later, she and Cecily team up to help families obtain financial compensation for their loss, but their budding friendship is derailed when it starts to become clear Franny's story doesn't quite add up. How did she manage to track down her mother? And why did her mother keep Franny a secret even after they'd met?
A thousand miles away in Montreal, Kate is trying to create a new life. But what led her to leave Chicago in the first place? Will she succeed in moving on from her mistakes or will Kate be drawn back into her old life?
With surprising twists and turns, The Good Liar is a riveting read by a masterful storyteller that will make readers wonder how far they'd go to hide their own secrets.