Everybody Lies

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Alaska's most hated lobbyist is dead. To State Patrol Lieutenant Paul Kitka, it seems simple -- abused wife flees to Alaska, husband follows, she shoots him -- and any Alaskan jury would acquit her. But Candace Marshall says she didn't do it. And it turns out that more than one person in Talkeetna had a grudge against the dead man. All of a sudden the case isn't simple at all.

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About L.J. Breedlove

L.J. Breedlove has been a journalist and storyteller all her life. Besides storytelling, she loves to travel, and never met an experience she wouldn't try once. Driven by curiosity, she is fascinated by why people do the thinngs they do. She currently lives on seven acres at the end of the road where she raises puppies and gardens extensively.

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Terri Reddout reviewed on on July 28, 2013

Started reading the book Saturday afternoon and finished reading it Sunday afternoon. Great descriptions. The minor character of Mickey helped pull me into the story. The Dace's self actualization during the final chase scene was actually believable. I had my suspicions as to who the killer was but I couldn't figure out a motive. Kept me guessing until the end. Recommending it to my reading friends.
(reviewed 80 days after purchase)
Phil Backlund reviewed on on May 13, 2013

I definitely enjoyed this book! I have lived in Alaska, and her descriptions of Talkeetna and the surrounding area fit with my memories. I liked the characters, the plot unfolded in a fashion that made me want to not stop reading, and the interesting ending was satisfying. I look forward to the next book!
(reviewed 68 days after purchase)
Nancy Howard reviewed on on April 9, 2013

This book was a great mystery read. I loved the quirky folks who inhabited the town of Talkeetna, and the main characters (Dace and Kitna) are complex and intriguing. And there was a great (and unique) chase scene at the end. Hope there's more to come from L.J. Breedlove.
(reviewed 84 days after purchase)
Michaela Hansen reviewed on on March 12, 2013

Everybody Lies is a book made up of engaging and entertaining characters set off by a plot that left me guessing and still has me thinking and intrigued. L.J. Breedlove has a keen eye for the kind of people who make a place unique and she renders them to the page believably. Dace and Kitka are complex but all their facets aren't revealed in the first installment. I can't wait for the sequel.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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