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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Forever; 1 edition (October 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446178454
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446178457
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.3 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,195,720 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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TERRIFIC PRAISE FOR ANNIE SOLOMON AND ONE DEADLY SIN:

"You'll want to sleep with one eye open and keep the light on after reading One Deadly Sin. Delivers the one-two punch of thrill-a-minute danger and unforgettable characters."
--Carla Neggers, New York Times bestselling author

"A book you won't want to miss. Engaging characters, tight plot, and plenty of sizzle."
--Brenda Novak, New York Times bestselling author

"An electrifying thriller...Solomon just gets better with each new outing!" --RT Book Reviews

BLACKOUT:

"Hooks you from the first page and never lets you go...Rising fast to the top of the romantic suspense genre, Solomon doesn't disappoint."
--RT Book Reviews

"An enticing read...Solomon's latest is twisty and diverting, with well-written action sequences and a winning lead." --Publishers Weekly


LIKE A KNIFE:

"A nail biter through and through. Absolutely riveting."

--New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen

About the Author

A native New Yorker, RITA-winning author Annie Solomon has been dreaming up stories since she was ten. After a twelve-year career in advertising, where she rose to Vice President and Head Writer at a mid-size agency, she abandoned the air conditioners, furnaces, and heat pumps of her professional life for her first love--romance. An avid knitter and mother of a daughter attending college, she now lives in Nashville with her husband. You can visit her Web site at www.anniesolomon.net.

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Definitely a good book and I recommend it to any romantic suspense fan!
Julia
I won't bother with a rehash of events; others have done that well, one of then too well since it contained spoilers.
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The characters were real, the plot was intense and the romance was oh-so-steamy.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mary J. Gramlich VINE VOICE on September 28, 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Mitchell "Mitch" Turner has been successfully on the run with his daughter for the last 11 years keeping her safe and staying under the radar. Mitch does not tell Julia that the reality of all this running was a result of his brother Dutch who is perfect on the outside with a monster living on the inside. Mitch witnessed his brother's evil and knows what a psychopath he is and that the only pleasure Dutch receives in life is destroying anyone or anything that Mitch cares about. Once Julia was born Mitch knew that he could not let Dutch hurt her so running and hiding in the shadows, doing everything in his power to keep his daughter safe and away from his brother was his only goal in life.

Julia was tired of hiding and when they settled through a set of coincidences in the town of Crossroads she bargained for time to make friends and go to school. Mitch knew the danger this settling could create but he had to give her a few months to be a kid and know the life other children lived. Working to make ends meet Mitch became a short order cook and there met Nessy Brown who was everything innocent and pure about life that had hardened him. She flirted enough to give him the message she was interested and Mitch knew that his answer should be no but he could not resist the temptation to know again the wonders of another's touch.

Just as things seemed to be going normal for Mitch and Julia a knock on the door changes everything and all the secrets come spilling out and the lies Mitch has been telling for so long are exposed. Accusations fly and every alphabet agency with a bad attitude and holding long unrelenting grudges want a piece of him.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Julia VINE VOICE on September 29, 2010
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Although I admit that Romantic Suspense may be my favorite genre, sometimes they tend to follow a pretty distinct pattern leaving the ending somewhat predictable. However, Two Lethal Lies had an extremely gripping prologue- one that instantly grabbed me. I read the entire book in one sitting. The story was a thrill ride from the beginning to end that had me holding my breath waiting for the next twist of events.

The story introduces a rough-edged, somewhat mysterious Mitch Turner and his daughter Julie who for the past 11 years have been on the run for reasons known only to Mitch himself. The horrors of Mitch's past are constantly revisited as they resurface throughout the plot and threaten to separate him from the one reason he has given up a normal life... to protect little Julie. It doesn't take long for what he's been running from to finally catch up to him and once again he finds himself in a desperate battle to rescue Julie from the horrors of her own flesh and blood. As the past haunts Mitch, it pins him as the villain making his attempts to get Julie back to safety almost impossible. Fortunately help comes from unlikely places... But can Mitch handle all the extra trouble that accompanies the extra help?

I've got only one complaint! So lets get it out of the way- I wish there had been more focus on the police. There is an 11 year manhunt for our hero, Mitch, yet there was very little given about the FBI agent that allowed the case to consume his life before he is shipped off to another division. It would have been great to learn more about this side of the story.

The characters were intriguing, not the normal cookie-cutter hero or heroines. Their imperfections make them real, forcing me even further into the story.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MoranReviews VINE VOICE on November 15, 2010
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Author Annie Solomon is a native to New York, a RITA-winner, and has been dreaming up stories since she was ten. After a twelve-year career in advertising, where she rose to Vice President and Head Writer at a mid-size agency, she abandoned her professional life for her first love, romance. Other titles include: Dead Ringer, Like A Knife, Dead Shot, Tell Me No Lies, Black Out, One Deadly Sin, and Blind Curve. An avid knitter and soap opera fan, she now resides in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and daughter.

Mitch Turner has been on the run since his daughter was born, concealing a truth so horrifying it could endanger not only both their lives, but anyone they dare to associate with. After accidentally getting involved with a family in Tennessee, Mitch finally gives in to his eleven-year-old daughter, Jules, and agrees to stay temporarily in the quaint community. But when a series of murders occur in their newfound home, leading straight Mitch, and his daughter is ripped from him, he only has one person to turn to. Neesy Brown has made her share of mistakes, especially in the male department, but this one tops them all. Except she's having a hard time believing the quiet, charismatic man, who loves his daughter so much, can be who they say he is. Mitch knows it's too dangerous to lean on Neesy, but she's vowed to help them, and his deep-buried emotions are surfacing, causing a rippling attraction they can't deny. As a cunning predator pulls them deeper into his sick game, the price of losing could be all Mitch holds dear.

I gotta hand it to Annie Solomon, she's an author who knows her conflict like no other. It adds tension, dimension, and page-turning intensity.
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