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Ratings and Book Reviews (8 109 star ratings
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    Kept me at the edge of my seat

    So many twists, so many lies
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    Was This Really Elizabeth George?

    From a long time fan … This novel was rambling, confusing and biggest sin of all, boring. I couldn't wait to finish and get on to the next book in the hopes that E.G. is back on form.
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    Believing The Lie

    Elizabeth George is thoroughly wonderful. She creates believable, strong characters who you find yourself rooting for. The place and time always surrounds you completely. Always leaves me eager for the next book!
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    Believing the lie

    Always enjoy E George's books. Looking forward to the next one!
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    A lie

    Its a great novel combining the fiction of the story with the real places where the novel takes place. As usual Elizabeth Georges enhances her knowledge of England being herself an american. It keeps you guessing and at the end you realize the truth of the title, it was a lie.
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