“Sometimes I Lie” is an evocative thriller that takes readers down the rabbit hole with protagonist Amber Reynolds. The action switches between the present, when Amber is in a coma, and the week prior, and is also interspersed with diary entries from her childhood. This combination keeps the reader guessing as the story unravels and becomes more and more intriguing and, eventually, shocking. This is a psychological thriller at the highest level, complete with the unreliable narrator and a sinister reality distortion. A domestic thriller on par with the works of B.A. Paris, “Sometimes I Lie” provides a pulse-pounding, mindboggling journey of incredible finesse that reminds readers to keep your friends close and your relatives closer.