The Liar's Diary

The Liar's Diary

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Baker & Taylor
Drawn almost against her will to a vibrant newcomer who has been breaking hearts in their community, Jeanne Cross discovers that she and the woman share deep-seated emotional needs, a commonality that turns deadly when her house is repeatedly burglarized and her son is framed for murder.

Blackwell North Amer
Jeanne Cross is an ordinary suburban wife and mother with a seemingly "perfect" life when Ali Mather arrives on the scene, breaking all the rules and breaking hearts. Almost against her will, Jeanne Cross is drawn to this powerfully seductive woman, a fascination that begins to infect Jeanne's husband as well as their teenage son.
Though their friendship seems unlikely and even dangerous to their mutual acquaintances, Ali and Jeanne are connected by deep emotional needs, vulnerabilities, and long-held secrets that Ali has been privately recording in her diary. The diary also holds the key to something darker. Though she can't prove it, Ali is convinced someone has been entering her house when she is not at home - and not with the usual intentions. What this burglar wants is nothing less than a piece of Ali's soul.

Baker
& Taylor

Drawn to a vibrant newcomer who has been breaking hearts in their community, Jeanne Cross discovers that she and the woman share deep-seated emotional needs, a commonality that turns deadly when her son is framed for murder.

Publisher: New York : Dutton, c2007
ISBN: 9780525949909
0525949909
Characteristics: 311 p. ; 24 cm

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Jul 13, 2007

Though the plot has a few interesting turns, this book is filled with cliched dialogue (both internal and external) and undeveloped characters. I cannot recommend it!

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