Liar's Key (Sharpe & Donovan Series #6)

Liar's Key (Sharpe & Donovan Series #6)

by Carla Neggers

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ISBN-13: 9780778319115
Publisher: MIRA Books
Publication date: 08/30/2016
Series: Sharpe & Donovan Series , #6
Edition description: Original
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.40(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Carla Neggers is the New York Times bestselling author of the Sharpe and Donovan series featuring Boston-based FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan and the Swift River Valley series set in small-town New England. With many bestsellers to her credit, Carla and her husband divide their time between their hilltop home in Vermont, their kids' places in Boston and various inns, hotels and hideaways on their travels, frequently to Ireland. Learn more at CarlaNeggers.com.

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Liar's Key 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
150 pages read and still more dull than dirt. Sappy location descriptions. A disappointment.....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was so frustrating as no one answers a direct question, and the mystery was was all based on a rumor, which wasn't confirmed until a body showed up. All the familiar characters were here, but they all were holding back something and it got confusing and I finally wondered why I bothered reading this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jeffers has really captured the 3 locals of this continuing story. The brewry, and the cotswold are intriguing. In Maine I found myself line ring with the characters listening to the waves and admiring the stone and sand coast. Deep as the plot is, the author makes it real and easy to follow ,if not easy to guess who is scheming . Looking forward to the next.
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JBronder More than 1 year ago
There are rumors of art from war torn countries being stolen to fund terrorism. Retired agent Gordon Wheelock is looking into these rumors when he is warned off of them. Emma and Colin start looking into these rumors when Gordon is discovered murdered. From Boston, to Maine and to Ireland, Emma and Colin follow the rumors about the missing mosaic. Emma and Colin are getting ready for their wedding when they go on the hunt for the stolen mosaic. I liked the different settings, especially Ireland. I liked the plot of the book, you were constantly wondering where Emma’s loyalty lay with her own family’s involvement. This is the first book in this series and I was hesitant if I would be missing parts of the story. I fell into place quickly with the notes of the different characters so I know who was who. But I will admit that there is a large cast to keep track of and I think if I would have read the previous book that might have helped me. I am torn on this book. It was interesting when it finally got to the story. I am curious enough by this book to read the first book in the series, Saint’s Gate. I will let that be the deciding factor to if I keep reading the series. I received Liar’s Key from the publisher free of charge. This has not influenced my opinion of this book.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
Just a hint of a rumor of a crime and the whole FBI division are on their toes, investigating and looking for more information. This story takes its time to built up to the action, but if you hang on and keep reading, the intensity does come up, and you'll see some action and bustle, but not before the last part of the story. The plot is built in an interesting way. First, there's just a rumor from one person, suspicion of something going on. Then more and more characters are met and interviewed, and every time all that is learned so far is repeated. The tale keeps building up, but it seems that the clues are barely there, nothing more than hints and ideas and possibilities that have the FBI wary. And nothing happens until they all arrive at the open house at Emma's family business in Maine. The characters are witty, fun, and well developed. They bring a lot of dry humor to the story that I enjoyed immensely, and in my opinion the best part of the tale. They all seem very mature, older to their age, and world-weary. The plot changes from Ireland to London to Boston to the coast of Maine, the scenery that the author paints into the reader's mind are vivid and full of color, so authentic that the events easily run in your mind as a movie or a BBC series. The slow built up got me nearly giving up on the book, as it does take a long time to get to the point, so to say. But the crescendo was satisfying, and the characters are charmingly fascinating making the story riveting and enticing. ~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side