Family Lies

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Every family has secrets and the Augustus family is no exception. What happens in the family has always stayed in the family but as the world rushes toward World War II society is changing and when Sharon Chatsworth begins to hint about the Augustus secrets in her gossip column the family must face the secrets or be torn apart. More

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About Tamara Merrill

Tamara Merrill is a true left brain/right brain woman. She excels at most anything “crafty” and is considered a talented teacher of both computer skills and painting. She has been (among other things) a writer, a school teacher, an administrator, a computer programer, and an artist. During the 60’s and 70’s she published multiple short stories in the popular women’s magazines of that era. But then the need for cash intervened and Tamara got a “real job” and stopped writing fiction. Now Tamara has stopped reading excessively (she admits to a book a day habit) and has begun writing again. FAMILY LIES is her first full length novel and is book one of the Augustus Family saga. Tamara currently resides in Coronado, CA.

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Review by: Crystal Fiedler on June 30, 2014 :
Family Lies proved true to its title. The entanglement that accompanies the family's given social status with personal hopes and desires was intriguing. The attention given to character development (both main and secondary) provided enough details to imagine each character- what they looked like, what they were feeling, what direction life was pointing them in. As with the characters, the details and descriptions given to the story's setting made me feel as though I was traveling with each character on their given journey. The storyline held my attention the entire way through and left me hoping for more. I will definitely be watching for the next book!
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

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