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STUNNING TRIUMPH OF FORM AND FUNCTION!

 

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Thriller Award winner Riley Sager’s The Last Time I Lied (Dutton, $26.00, 384 pages) might just be the perfect summer book, in large part because it’s set, well, at summer camp; specifically, one where murder turns out to be one of the listed activities. Noted artist Emma Davis returns to her childhood haunts of the newly reopened Camp Nightingale where her three best friends vanished as campers years before. That tragedy helped fuel Emma’s rising acclaim as an artist, but her one unfinished landscape remains the truth behind those disappearances. Passing through the gate’s long shuttered gates provides the opportunity to complete that tapestry, Emma hardly expecting her brush to be soaked in blood both old and new. The Last Time I Lied is a stunning triumph of form and function, a book equal parts Donna Tart’s The Secret History and Harlan Coben or Lisa Gardner at their level best. Trust me, I’m telling the truth.

~ Jon Land (TopShelf Reviews)