The Perfect Lie

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Mira, 2003 - Fiction - 377 pages
11 Reviews
Returning from a nightmarish undercover assignment only to discover that the woman he loves has been brutally murdered and her son has been kidnapped, CIA agent Jonah Slade teams up with her sister, Macie Blaine, to find the truth, plunging them both into a dark world of revenge and betrayal. Original.

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User Review  - Corduroy7 - LibraryThing

"There's no such thing as...The Perfect Lie." Good lead into the title...good lead into the novel. Fast-paced action and suspense. I didn't see one of the twists and by storyline end, I feel as though I should have but I didn't and I actually love that. Read full review

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User Review  - Marni - Goodreads

Good romantic thriller with some twists. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
12
Section 3
37
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About the author (2003)

Biography Sharon Sala is a long-time member of RWA, as well as a member of OKRWA. She has 85 plus books in print, published in four different genres - Romance, Young Adult, Western, and Women's Fiction. First published in 1991, she's a seven-time RITA finalist, winner of the Janet Dailey Award, four-time Career Achievement winner from RT Magazine, five time winner of the National Reader's Choice Award, and five time winner of the Colorado Romance Writer's Award of Excellence as well as winner of the Booksellers Best Award. In 2011 she was named RWA's recipient of the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award. Her books are New York Times, USA Today, Publisher's Weekly best-sellers. Writing changed her life, her world, and her fate.

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