Her dark lies / J. T. Ellison.

By: Ellison, J. TPublisher: Toronto, Ontario, Canada : Mira, [2021] ©2021Description: 410 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780778388302Report number: BV-Summer 21Subject(s): Family secrets -- Fiction | Weddings -- Fiction | Islands -- Italy -- FictionGenre/Form: Psychological fiction. | Thrillers (Fiction).Summary: Jutting from sparkling turquoise waters off the Italian coast, Isle Isola is an idyllic setting for a wedding. In the majestic cliff-top villa owned by the wealthy Compton family, up-and-coming artist Claire Hunter will marry handsome, charming Jack Compton, surrounded by close family, intimate friends, and a host of dark secrets. From the moment Claire sets foot on the island, something seems amiss. Skeletal remains have just been found. There are other, newer disturbances, too. Menacing texts. A ruined wedding dress. And one troubling shadow hanging over Claire's otherwise blissful relationship, the strange mystery surrounding Jack's first wife.
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Jutting from sparkling turquoise waters off the Italian coast, Isle Isola is an idyllic setting for a wedding. In the majestic cliff-top villa owned by the wealthy Compton family, up-and-coming artist Claire Hunter will marry handsome, charming Jack Compton, surrounded by close family, intimate friends, and a host of dark secrets. From the moment Claire sets foot on the island, something seems amiss. Skeletal remains have just been found. There are other, newer disturbances, too. Menacing texts. A ruined wedding dress. And one troubling shadow hanging over Claire's otherwise blissful relationship, the strange mystery surrounding Jack's first wife.

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