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Simply Lies: A Psychological Thriller

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There were a lot of descriptions that didn’t add to the story, mostly around clothes and hairstyles. S. Marshal, a dead accountant for the mob, and a high-end prostitute who runs six other ladies operating a not-very credible extortion (sex-for-blackmail) business. She snagged a flashlight from her van, because, as large as the house was, it would be dark in some places, regardless of the light outside. Carrying on I am led into some confusing mumbo-jumbo about mobsters and a ‘treasure hunt’ for hidden money. Brooks presents a case for making room for Bigfoot in the world while peppering his narrative with timely social criticism about bad behavior on the human side of the conflict: The explosion of Rainier might have been better forecast had the president not slashed the budget of the U.

Her nav system showed it was another seven miles to the remnants of Rutger Novak’s shattered empire. I am pretty sure that there are many readers who can relate to Gibson’s situation and I found it a refreshing part of the storylines and related drama. Gibson walked over to one section of shelves to look at a large vase placed there when she felt something on her ankles.

There are several characters and multiple threads crucial to the plot but the author masterfully weaves a twisty and thrilling story without it becoming convoluted or confusing for the reader. If you have read this author’s work, then you know that you are in for a long and rough ride with Mickey. I’ve been reading the author’s books for over twenty years and though I can't say that I’ve enjoyed all of the books I’ve read in equal measure when it comes to action-packed thrillers, David Baldacci is one of my go-to authors. They both had some health issues and were more apt to be twiddling their thumbs in a doctor’s waiting room than be available to assist her.

It was filled with military footprints, underwater tunnels, bridges, the ocean with wide sandy beaches, and the delicate lines of inland waterways that either crept along the earth like capillaries under the skin or gushed across it like fat arteries. We are—well, ask Bigfoot, as Brooks does in this delightful yarn, following on his bestseller World War Z (2006).King uses the phrase keeping it on the down-low in a way that suggests he probably doesn’t understand how this phrase is currently used—and has been used for quite a while. Now begins a cat-and-mouse showdown between hardened ex-cop, Mickey, and a woman with sociopathic tendencies who has no name and a mysterious past.

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