Lisa Scottoline is greatness. She has a way of pulling you in from the very first sentence and then not letting you go until the last page. This latest thriller is no exception.
Chris Brennan is not who you think he is. He seems like a perfect candidate for a small-town coaching/teaching position. But everything about him is a lie. And there’s a lot at stake, including lives. Among the cast of characters are high schoolers with troubles of their own, single moms trying to get by, and married couples coping with lies as well.
I will tell you that this book made me think one thing at the beginning but then made me change my mind several times along the way. It’s not who you think it is, and it’s not why, either.
This one is a great suspense story. My only complaint is that the ending seemed a bit rushed in a bid to tie up loose ends. That doesn’t take anything away from the riveting story, though.
Buy It Now: One Perfect Lie