Jael Richardson's book pick: Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney

Our book contributor, Jael Richardson, joins guest host Ali Hassan to give us her recommendation of the week. Today, she'll discuss Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney.
This week, Jael Richardson talks about Alice Feeney's psychological thriller, Sometimes I Lie. (Jean Kim/CBC)

Jael Richardson is q's books columnist. She drops by every two weeks to fill you in on a new book to check out. Today, she'll talk about Alice Feeney's thriller, Sometimes I Lie. The story is about a woman named Amber who is in a coma after a car accident. Her husband is in the hospital room, but Amber suspects that something is off and that he had something to do with it. Right away, Amber tells us three important things: I'm in a coma, my husband doesn't love me and sometimes I lie. Hear more from Richardson. 

— Produced by Jean Kim

Sometimes I Lie is Alice Feeney's debut novel. (alicefeeney.com)


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