Is there any such thing as the perfect lie?
CIA agent Jonah Slade was used to danger. But when his final hit on a South American drug lord puts his family in danger—a family he never knew he had—the echoes of a past deception bring Jonah face-to-face with the consequences of his choices.
Macie Blaine loved, and lost, Jonah many years ago to her sister Felicity. But Felicity was not the type of girl to choose love over money and she cast Jonah aside, a broken man. Now Felicity has been murdered, and they’ve kidnapped her son, and Macie only knows one person to turn to.
First published in 2003 under the name Dinah McCall, The Perfect Lie is a fast-paced, action-filled suspense novel that follows this haunted hero’s journey.
Caitlin Bennett shudders in her elegant Manhattan apartment as she reads that a woman has been found murdered, her body lightly covered by the New York snowfall—an occurrence that has become chillingly common.Despite her success as a bestselling mystery author, Caitlin must withstand taunts about buying her way into fame once she inherited her father’s broadcasting fortune. But the taunts turn terrifying when Caitlin receives a chain of letters from a deranged fan, each increasingly more menacing.Caitlin hires Connor "Mac" McKee, a former New York City cop, to protect her. When two more women bearing a striking similarity to Caitlin show up dead under the snow, Mac realizes the stalker is making his way to her, his final victim.
Evil comes in all shapes and sizes, but seems more deadly when hidden in physical beauty.
Anson Poe hides behind a handsome face as he wreaks havoc upon those around him. Nothing touches his heart but power and greed; not the woman he married, or the four children they share.
Brendan Poe shares his father's stunning looks while trying to live down the shame. He does everything he can to stay out of Anson's world of crime until one hot Louisiana summer when he can no longer look away...
When the women who matter most in Brendan's world become pawns in Anson's need for revenge, he strikes back with a blinding rage, leaving Anson with the options of fight or flight.
Will he run, or will he stay.Will he live to lie another day?
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