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Saturday, February 6, 2016

My Review of Three Truths and a Lie by Lisa Gardner


In Lisa Gardner's second short story, after the New York Timesbestseller The 7th Month, Detective D.D. Warren takes on her most intimidating assignment yet: a fifty-minute class meant to educate a horde of bloodthirsty thriller writers on the ways of actual police work. Yet sometimes life really does imitate fiction, as D.D. takes the writers through the reality of one of her most twisted cases—a case that involves a seedy motel room, drugs, prostitution . . . and a severed leg.

With Gardner’s trademark suspense, sharp observations, and thrilling storytelling, Three Truths and a Lie is a fascinating chapter in D.D.’s storied career. Includes an early look at Lisa Gardner’s next novel of suspense, Find Her, coming February 9, 2016.

My Review:
5 Stars 

I loved this short story. I think the one part I was most excited about was to see some of my other favortie author's names were in the story. 

D.D. does an amazing job with her presentation. She shares something that's interesting and has people actively engaging with her. Definitely an enjoyable piece. 

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