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Liars Anonymous

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  • Posted April 21, 2009

    no country for this woman...

    Wow, I can't think of a more engaging, powerful, complex protagonist than Louise Ure's Jessie... as I read this powerful page turner, I had flashes of so many women, some actresses and some not, who filled the vision of Ure's words... from S. Weaver to J. Foster and H. Hunt, to more obscure possibilities such as Pink or an angry Queen Latifa, my mind was trying to capture the elusive Jessie. She is a character unto herself, without precedence. Rather than try to give a truncated story of a book that really requires your attention and devotion, I will just say that this will be a blowout hit and you will wish you can say you read it before everyone else is bragging on it...
    Take a flyer and just get this book and read it... then you will see what I mean...

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 4, 2010

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    Amazing and exciting

    This is a wonderful book, filled with great characters and excellent dialog. The plot moves foreward briskly and there are many curves to the narrative. The ending is completely unexpected but totally satisfying.

    Ure is an excellent author and this book lives up to the promise of her earlier works.

    Well worth the investment, a book you'll love to share and reread.

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  • Posted July 6, 2009

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    Expectations not Met

    Based on what it was rated and the reviews on the book in the newspapers, I expected more. A lot of elements that were not really relevant to the story line and a weak plot.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 30, 2009

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    Very solid offering, buy this book.

    This novel is well-written with fully developed characters and a no-nonsense dialog style. The mystery is first rate, well developed and the plot twists would do Hitchcock proud.
    Easily makes my top one-hundred list of best books.
    This is only her second novel and I look forward to enjoying many more from Ure.

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  • Posted March 26, 2009

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    excellent tale of a woman in trouble from both sides of the law

    In Phoenix, Arizona, HandsOn Emergency roadside emergency service operator Jessie Dancing receives a frantic call from developer Darren Markson, whose car was rear-ended in the Tucson area, but the background noise led her to believe someone is killing him. She calls the police, but breaks company regulations by also following up on her own time by visiting his wife Emily who insists he is alive and well to her shock.--------------------

    Jessie lived in Tucson until three years ago when she was arrested for the murder of cruel Walter Racine, who had abused his niece, her friend Catherine Chandliss, and apparently targeted his grand niece Katie. Jessie was not convicted in court and moved away. However, when teenager Felicia Villalobos, whom she meets at the site of the Markson accident and is a witness to the incident, dies in a car explosion, PPD Detective Len Sabin and Tucson DA Ted Dresden salivate as they have a second chance at the Queen of Liars Anonymous who they feel got away with one homicide.-----------------------

    Jessie makes this a vigorous unique thriller as the police and the DA plan to throw the book at her, not so much for the current homicide, but because they strongly feel she got away with murder a few years ago. Though Jessie has issues and somewhat wilts under the pressure, she also gets stronger and feistier. As the violence surges, with a great final spin Louise Ure provides an excellent tale of a woman in trouble from both sides of the law.---------------------

    Harriet Klausner

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