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The Truth and Other Lies

Arango, Sascha

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ISBN 10: 1471139700 / ISBN 13: 9781471139703
Published by Simon & Schuster Ltd, U.S.A., 2015
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Title: The Truth and Other Lies

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2015

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:As New

Dust Jacket Condition: As New

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Synopsis:

Page-turning, dark and with an anti-hero to rival Highsmith's Tom Ripley, international bestseller The Truth and Other Lies will have you gripped, second-guessing the line between truth and fiction. From the outside, Henry Hayden has a perfect life: he's a famous novelist with more money than he can spend, a grand house in the country, a loyal, clever wife. But Henry has a dark side. If only the readers and critics who worship his every word knew that his success depends on a carefully maintained lie. One he will stop at nothing to protect. His luck must surely run out, and he simply can't allow that to happen. In thrall to paranoia and self-interest, Henry makes a fatal error that could cause the whole dream to unravel and, despite his Machiavellian efforts, events swiftly spin out of control as lie is heaped upon lie, menace upon menace. And it turns out that those around him have their secrets too ...

About the Author:

Sascha Arango, born in Berlin in 1959, is one of Germany's most renowned screenwriters. He has won several awards, twice winning the Grimme Prize, one of Germany's most prestigious television awards. His crime dramas are television events of the year. He lives near Potsdam, Germany.

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