Monday, June 19, 2017

One Perfect Lie/Lisa Scottoline/355 pgs.

One Perfect Lie starts out with a bang, but starts to fizzle half way through the story. Posing as a high school government teacher, Chris Brennan infiltrates the community of Central Valley. He is also hired as the assistant baseball coach, which gives him the opportunity to observe which high school boy will be ideal for the undertaking he has in mind. There are plot twists and turns, but I didn't feel that the last half of the book lived up to the gripping beginning. That said, I would still recommend it, because I had to know how the story line came together!

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That Darkness/Lisa Black/308 pgs.

Evidently this is the start of a new series by Lisa Black--and I'm hooked. Maggie Gardiner is a forensic investigator for the Cleveland ...