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Here’s the full review from the San Francisco Book Review for “License to Lie” from their May 2013 digital magazine. License to Lie By Terry Ambrose (Dark Oak Mysteries), $15.95, 260 pages, Format: Trade Star Rating: 5 out of 5 What happens when a con artist’s and a criminologist’s paths cross? Readers find out by [...]
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Never trust a soul…even your own.
With five million dollars and their lives on the line, can a determined criminologist and a beautiful con artist learn to trust each other? Or themselves?
License to Lie is fast and well written, almost sure to satisfy discerning readers of thrillers. There’s a verve to Ambrose’s language and the story moves with assurance, defying easy predictions. Bravo to this writer. I hope there’s more to come.
—T. Jefferson Parker, Author of The Jaguar and The Border Lords
“Fast-paced, unpredictable, and a lot of fun–no one is who they seem in this smart and twisty tale of high finance and double dealing. This unlikely and irresistible crime-fighting duo will charm you–and keep you happily turning the pages.”
—Hank Phillippi Ryan, Anthony, Agatha and Macavity award-winning author
A former skip tracer teams up with a beautiful con artist to find a Honolulu killer.
McKenna’s newest tenant is hot. She gives great hugs. And, she just saw a dead body being thrown from a plane.
McKenna’s not one to get involved in other people’s problems. Especially when that other person is a beautiful woman half his age. But, before he knows it, McKenna has volunteered to track down the plane and its owner. In no time, he’s uncovered an island drug ring, pissed off a sociopath, and set himself up as the victim in a con that could cost him his life.
“…a mystery as refreshing as a visit to the islands themselves.”
—Deborah Coonts, author of “So Damn Lucky”, the latest in the Lucky O’Toole Vegas Adventure Series
“This is mystery at its best—humor, adventure and a rip-roaring good tale.”
—R.P. Dahlke, All Mystery e-Newsletter