When a politician and single mother is appointed to the US Senate, she must hide the truth about a deadly accident in her past. But she’s not the only one with secrets, and as the web begins to unravel, she finds that much more than her career is at stake.
Lies That Bind is a female-driven psychological thriller with themes circling around shame and vulnerability: what we do to hide shame, avoid it, and generally deny its existence. And how this lack of vulnerability can undermine the best parts of life.
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