The Color of Lies

Bill Langston has an uncanny ability to figure out who’s telling the truth and who’s lying. Over the years as a private investigator, Bill honed a talent for bringing truth into focus. He’s especially good at knowing when someone lies. When asked to investigate Sylvia Trent's death, however, sorting out all the lies becomes the ultimate challenge. More

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Words: 5,220
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301176915
About Georgiann Baldino

Georgiann Baldino loves to explore the ways great events affect real people. Her published works span a number categories, including suspense, historical fiction and a travelogue. Her excuses for following diverse subjects are: people captivate her, and she follows their struggles regardless of genre. Admiration for Abraham Lincoln led to an interest in the War Between the States, which turned into several books and programs. Reviewers praise her writing as “wonderfully well-written and entertaining" and "heartwarming" and "riveting."

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