The Imposter, a review by Sara

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The Imposter
Marin Montgomery
Thomas & Mercer
March 2021
413 Pages

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“From the outside looking in, Sibley  Sawyer has a perfect life. As a successful attorney, she’s worked hard to get to the top of her game but when her personal and professional lives implode, Sibley looks for a way to turn the page. Unable to shake the tragic circumstances that caused her to flee her rural Midwestern hometown, Sibley wants nothing more than to reunite with her estranged mother, Deborah, and bury their past tensions. But as she reenters the life she left behind, she realizes her mother isn’t the same person she remembers, and she’s not the same daughter either. As both women struggle to piece together a tangled web of deceit and lies, and the shocking circumstances that caused Sibley to leave in the first place, it becomes clear there are secrets rooted deeper than either mother or daughter could ever have imagined.”

Marin Montgomery has done it again. I thoroughly enjoyed What We Forgot To Bury and jumped at the chance to read another of her novels. I love thrillers and this book did not disappoint. Twists and turns at every corner, family drama, murder, secrets coming to light, and everything in between, you will do exactly as I did and end up staying up way past your bedtime to squeeze in just one more chapter. I am usually the person who can guess the endings pretty accurately when I’m about halfway through but I was way off this time and I think that’s what I loved the most. I can not wait to read what comes next from Marin Montgomery and have added her to my watch list yet again. I give The Imposter a five out of five stars.



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