Lethal Little Lies

Lethal Little Lies

by Debra Gaskill

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ISBN-13: 9781490312262
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/30/2013
Pages: 238
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Debra Gaskill is the former managing editor of the Washington Court House (Ohio) Record Herald. She has been an award-winning journalist for 15 years, writing for a number of Ohio newspapers and the Associated Press. She and her husband Greg have two children and one grandson. They raise llamas and alpacas on their farm in Enon, Ohio. 'Lethal Little Lies' is her third novel in the Jubilant Falls series of mysteries.

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Lethal Little Lies 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Growing up in Ohio and having freelanced for a small newspaper, I have found Debra Gaskill's previous two books, 'Barn Burner' and 'The Majors Wife' to be wonderful twists on familiar settings. From the slow and often painful evolution of the newspaper business to the politics and idiosyncrasies of life in small Midwest towns, Debra's writing is spot on. The newest book in the series, 'Lethal Little Lies', is by far the best of the three books so far. It was very difficult to put this book down, especially as I approached the end. This story had enough plot twists and turns to have me constantly guessing what was coming next. I love it when an author can weave a complex story that has me thinking about the characters and the situations when I am not reading the book. I found myself constantly looking for chance to pick the book back up and read just a few more pages. It has cost me several hours of precious sleep. What I like most about this book is that for all its wild plot twists, it has a good ending that wraps up the whole story in a very satisfying way. Too often I have read books with really great stories that left too much unresolved. I love this book and I'll be anxiously awaiting the next one. I'll add this review is by Scott Stolsenberg since I can't get the Pen Name function to work for me.