Posted by Ognian Georgiev
Barbara Taylor Sissel’s latest novel Crooked Little Lies will be released on August 1. The book was selected as part of Kindle First program and already gathered big steam.
With 260 plus reviews with average 4.0 Amazon stars the story starts its literary journey by the best possible way. The interest towards Crooked Little Lies puts the novel in Amazon Top 10 for the last three weeks. We’ve got a great chance to speak with Barbara.
Once again huge thanks to our good friend from Lake Union Publishing Dennelle Catlett.
– Barbara, Tell us about your new book, Crooked Little Lies. What is it about?
– Lauren Wilder is a wife and mother, and a businesswoman, who is accustomed to thinking of herself as ordinary, capable and reliable, until an accidental fall leaves her in a fragile state both physically and mentally. Now in recovery her every move is suspect; her every word is looked on with mistrust. Never more so than when she’s implicated in the disappearance of a young man, Bo Laughlin, with whom she had only the briefest of encounters. At least that’s how she remembers it. But the police have doubts, and as the search for Bo ensues, and the police hammer her with questions regarding her involvement, Lauren becomes terrified, not of what she remembers but of what she doesn’t.
With nowhere to turn, she begins her own investigation into the mystery of Bo’s disappearance, and immediately uncovers what seems to be a web of deceit, one that’s shared by her family and friends. But is her perception of events as they unfold real or a twisted projection of her damaged mind? The question CROOKED LITTLE LIES asks is this: What would you do if almost overnight the life you loved and depended on was taken from you and you were left with no one you could trust, not even yourself.
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