- Stephanie Foxman, EMDR- trained psychotherapist
"After a woman is attacked in her own home, she struggles to return to her "before" life in this cathartic and empowering suspense thriller."
- Kirkus Reviews
"In a literary world too filled with formula writing and overdone approaches, Lazarus's ability to inject more than an element of surprise to keep readers guessing and on their toes is her finest achievement - and what sets Free of Malice apart from any potential competitors, making it a worthy and riveting pick for any who look for legal thrillers firmly rooted in psychological depth."
- D Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
"A psychological thriller! I loved that I could be in the mind of the victim as her reality shifts. I wondered if her paranoia was justified. I really wanted to know! The perspective of the lawyer and the psychologist was fascinating and a little bit troubling. What is going on with that husband of hers and his lady friend? I liked the twists at the end. I didn't know what I didn't know but at the end it all made sense. The clues were there. Passes the high threshold of if I was reading on the plane I wouldn't notice the crying babies. A good read."
- Pam Mooney - Goodreads
"This is Liz Lazarus' first book and it is outstanding! I need to be caught up in the first two chapters or have a difficult time reading the book. She opens with the core subject of the book and builds the characters while educating the reader on the facts of law. The ending was a surprise which I love. I would highly recommend this book for reading and look forward to much more from Liz Lazarus."
- Janis Kloeffler - Amazon
"This was a great book! It had me captivated from the very first chapter and second-guessing all the way until the end. Great plot with amazing twists and turns."
- Andy Nunemaker - Book Club