Sliver of Truth: Ridley Jones #2 (Mass Market Paperbound)
Ridley Jones is on a mission to find a ghost from her past . . . a very deadly ghost.
In "Beautiful Lies, "Ridley Jones stepped off a street corner and into an abyss of violence, deception, and fear. She is being a lot more careful about where she steps and trying to get on with her life when another seemingly mundane act picking up a few envelopes of prints at a photo lab puts her at the nexus of a global network of crime. A shadowy figure of a man appears in almost every picture she's taken in the last year, lurking just far enough away to make identification impossible. Everyone from the federal government to the criminal underworld wants to know who the man is, but the only thing Ridley knows for sure is that she has to get to the truth about herself and her past if she's ever going to find her way home.
About the Author
Lisa Unger is an award-winning "New York Times" and internationally bestselling author. Her novels have sold more than two million copies and have been translated into twenty-six languages. She lives in Florida. Visit LisaUnger.com.
“Full of suspense and breathless tension.” —South Florida Sun-Sentinel
“Unger’s taut prose grabs the reader from word one and never lets go.” —Lisa Gardner, author of Catch Me
“Double feints and triple suspense plays . . . make Sliver of Truth compulsive reading.” —Daily News
“Ridley is a smart, engaging narrator.” —St. Petersburg Times
“Unger’s plot twists and turns will force you to stay up past your bedtime, just as you do with the books of . . . James Patterson and Michael Connelly.” —Richmond Times-Dispatch
“A fresh, likeable voice.” —Detroit Free Press
“Unger’s plot bursts from the starting gate and never lets up, as Ridley pieces together the puzzle that is her past.” —Booklist (starred review)
“A fast-paced story that readers will find difficult to put down.” —Library Journal
“Completely irresistible.” —Bookreporter
“Unger’s sensational second thriller puts her in the same league as such genre masters as Peter Straub and Peter Abrahams.” —Publishers Weekly
“Unger is a talented storyteller.” —The Tampa Tribune