Lie to Me
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Natalie recognises the man in the supermarket queue.
He was accused of a horrific crime. She sat on the jury that let him walk free.
The trouble is, she thinks he lied. She thinks he's a guilty man.
And now, weeks later, here he is . . . in her neighbourhood.
Should she walk away and forget her suspicions?
Or should she follow him? Strike up a conversation?
Invite him into her home?
Into her bed?
How far would you go to find the truth?