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Two Lethal Lies Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 2010
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The Daughter of Union County
To save his heritage, he hides his daughter’s true identity—but he can’t protect her forever. Learn More
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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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Good story and lots of suspense. I will look for other titles by the author.Published 21 months ago by D. Lightsey
This book had me from the start. The very beginning grabs on to you and doesn't let go throughout the book. You can't wait to turn the page and see what's next. Read morePublished on November 23, 2013 by Nyxx Raven
Mitch Turner has been very careful for years, living under the radar. He pays cash for everything, requests cash under the table for odd jobs, and doesn't stay very long in one... Read morePublished on September 5, 2013 by Wendy L. Hines
This was wonderful suspense that kept my attention from beginning to end. The romance was heartfelt and added to the story which I liked as a change from some books with sexual... Read morePublished on February 24, 2012 by MSEreads
Two Lethal Lies was a really suspenseful novel that kept me guessing until the end. Read more
Nothing "thrilling" about this book. If you like a plot with violence, gore, a sick killer who cuts out "eyeballs" and drains his victim's blood with a needle then this "so called... Read morePublished on June 19, 2011 by Sherry Lee
All I can say is AWESOME.I haven't read a book that kept my interest like this one.I am going to look for other books from Annie Solomon.Keep up the great work!!!Published on June 15, 2011 by Katknap
I just read my first Annie Solomon novel, Two Lethal Lies, and it was fabulous. I did not want to put it down. I will definitely read the rest of her novels! Read morePublished on March 22, 2011 by AHG
I found Two Lethal Lies to be very suspenseful. The sexual tension between the H and h was warm but definitely not steamy. Read morePublished on February 12, 2011 by beachbaby