Living lies

Reviewed by:

Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long-time book discussion leader

REVIEW INTRODUCTION

Title:

Living lies

Author:

Natalie Walters

Publisher:

Revell

http://bakerpublishinggroup.com/revell

Date:

2019

Format:

Paperback

Length:

333 pages

OVERVIEW


Most people have secrets but some are more drastic than others. Lane Kent has one and she is determined no one should know about her secret and what really happened to her husband. She tries to keep a low profile, working at the cafe she owns and runs and taking care of and protecting her son, Noah. There is no room in her life for romance or really any kind of intrusion that might display what she is hiding and the depression that dogs her.

When a murder of a young girl occurs in the little town of Walton, Georgia and rocks the community, the newest deputy, Charlie Lynch, is determined to discover the murderer not knowing to what lengths that will bring him in contact with Lane and her beautiful, haunting self. Lane’s heart is deeply touched by the murder and those accused but can she divulge her own secrets to save the life of others?

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5):

4

Suggested Audience:

Fans of Christian suspense or mystery as well as a romance

Christian Impact:

Trust in others, trust in yourself and of course, trust in the Lord and make living truthfully your mantra.

Living Lies (Harbored Secrets #1)


About Mary Clapp

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