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License to Lie Paperback – March 18, 2014
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About the Author
Terry’s first jobs involved skip tracing and repossessing cars. He later managed customer service and marketing departments for two public utilities. Those early days of dealing with people who couldn’t, or wouldn’t, pay their bills provided him with insight into what makes people lie and fertile ground for his fiction writing.
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It’s really fast. The story consumes only a few days and each of the two protagonists have multiple challenges unrelated to each other—until they meet. Strange characters and surprises, some menacing, some puzzling, come along quickly. The prose is lean without being emaciated. Settings, people are described with enough detail to create good images and put you in the scenes.
“My insides churned with a dangerous combination of rage and fear that pumped my system full of adrenaline and dulled my senses.”