Review: Believing the Lie

Synopsis: After writing sixteen Inspector Lynley novels, New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth George has millions of fans waiting for the next one. As USA Today put it, "It's tough to resist George's storytelling, once hooked." With Believing the Lie, she's poised to hook countless more.Inspector Thomas Lynley is mystified when he's sent undercover to... Continue Reading →

Review: Rogue Empire

Synopsis: In this addictive page-turner, a mistargeted drone strike shatters peace between the United States and China. Can one man stop total war? THE #1 BESTSELLING BLAKE CARVER SERIES RETURNS. Discover why critics call it "Astonishing," "Chilling" and "Impossible to put down." As dawn rises over Tripoli, counter-terrorism operative Blake Carver arrives ahead of a... Continue Reading →

Review: Onyx Webb Book 7

Synopsis: Onyx Webb is a complex multi-genre mash-up that combines elements of supernatural suspense, crime, horror, romance, and more. The Onyx Webb series follows the unusual life of Onyx Webb along with a central group of characters in various locations and times. The billionaire Mulvaney family, piano prodigy Juniper Cole and her brother Quinn, paranormal... Continue Reading →

Review: Broken Roots by Michelle Diana Lowe

S   Synopsis: After her father's invention earns her family millions, sixteen-year-old Teisha Cole moves from London to Florida. Uprooted from the place she loves, Teisha now lives in a broken home full of secrets and lies. Following the death of Teisha's grandmother, her fractured family is replanted in rural England, where a kingpin and... Continue Reading →

Review: Christmas Under a Cranberry Sky

  Synopsis: This year spend a wonderful Christmas on Juniper Island, where love can melt even the iciest of hearts… Piper Chesterfield lives a glamorous life travelling the world and reviewing the finest hotels. She calls nowhere home, she works alone and that’s how she likes it. For long ago Piper decided that to protect... Continue Reading →

Review: The Lost Ones

  Synopsis: Single, childless and reduced to writing celebrity profiles, investigative journalist Suzannah Quinn’s life is not going to plan… Then, during an interview with top publisher Roland Winterbourne, she meets Jamie Davis. It’s love at first sight and within hours she has agreed to marry him. But Jamie insists on inviting no friends or... Continue Reading →

Review: Midnight in Berlin

  Synopsis: Berlin in the spring of 1939. Hitler is preparing for war. Colonel Noel Macrae, a British diplomat, plans the ultimate sacrifice to stop him. The West’s appeasement policies have failed. There is only one alternative: assassination. The Gestapo, aware of Macrae’s hostility, seeks to compromise him in their infamous brothel. There Macrae meets... Continue Reading →

Review: The American Girl (A Novel)

  Synopsis: From a bright new talent comes a riveting psychological thriller about an American exchange student in France involved in a suspicious accident, and the journalist determined to break the story and uncover the dark secrets a small town is hiding. On a quiet summer morning, seventeen-year-old American exchange student Quinn Perkins stumbles out... Continue Reading →

Review: Somebody Else’s Business

  Synopsis: This journey of the unexpected begins with the deployment of John Willoughby. He writes a letter expressing his committed love to his fiancee Tiffany Adams, who misplaces the letter within an hour after receiving it. Through happenstance, Kelly; the wife of another relationship finds the letter while walking her dog. Enthralled by the... Continue Reading →

Review: Lazaretto (A Novel)

  Synopsis: Diane McKinney-Whetstone’s nationally bestselling novel, Tumbling, immersed us into Philadelphia’s black community during the Civil Rights era, and she returns to the city in this new historical novel about a cast of nineteenth-century characters whose colorful lives intersect at the legendary Lazaretto—America’s first quarantine hospital. Isolated on an island where two rivers meet,... Continue Reading →

Lies

Lies Can spread faster than flies No way to hold them away with ties, They never go away even after we die, Nor are they sweet as a homemade pie, They will only leave with good byes, They can be detected when when you look into another's eyes.. So, why tell any lies?

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