The Perfect Lie

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Wheeler, 2003 - Fiction - 413 pages
14 Reviews
A USA Today Bestselling Author

There is no place to hide from the truth . . . CIA agent Jonah Slade is back from deadly undercover work in the jungles of South America, battered, bloodied, but successful in putting a notorious drug czar behind bars. But, he discovers, the war has just begun. He learns the woman he loved and lost years ago has been killed and her son kidnapped. Her sister Marcie Blaine turns to Jonah for help, and gives him no chance to refuse when she tells him the boy is his son. Stunned and enraged, Jonah wants to lash out, until he makes the connection between the kidnapping and the drug lord who is solely focused on avenging the death of his own son -- the man Jonah killed. It's come down to a battle as old as time itself. An eye for an eye, a son for a son.

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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  - Vâtsăl ananthan - Goodreads

Well after let me put this straight, this book is boring, atleast it is to me. Its like 2 humans a male and a female, who have a addiction to sex have been somehow twisted into a crime thriller story ... Read full review


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