Liar's Market

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Mira, Jan 1, 2004 - Fiction - 346 pages
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When her husband, a high-ranking CIA official, is murdered, Carrie MacNeil soon discovers that Drum had led a secret life of duplicity that has now made their young son the target of a faceless enemy who is bent on revenge. 100,000 first printing.

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User Review  - Katherine Clark - Goodreads

I am so excited about this book. Usually, though I love the spy genre, I don't find the books as good as the movies. (This is the only genre that this is true of for me.) In Taylor Smith, though, I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rosie Crawford - Goodreads

Through interviews with the CIA and FBI, the story of Drum MacNeil emerges through the eyes of his wife, Carrie. Lots of intrigue that unfolds through the story and the interviews. Read full review


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Smith has a Master's Degree in International Affairs. She has worked in the Canadian foreign service, and has served as a Privy Council officier.

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