A husband's lies can have deadly consequences. When Juliet Cole's husband of 15 years is murdered before her eyes, she thinks it was a random shooting. Devastated and traumatized, she answers hours of questioning, then returns home to break the tragic news to her boys. But a threatening voicemail takes this from a random shooting to a planned, deliberate attack. Juliet realizes that she and her children are in danger too, unless she meets the killers' demands. But as she and her sisters untangle the clues, her husband's dark secrets come to light. The more she learns, the more of her life is dismantled. Was her husband an innocent victim or a hardened criminal?
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I am musician and mom of several little musicians. Love good narrators. Love good stories. Love Audible.
Disappointed in the change in narrator. I was driving a long ways so I stuck with it, but almost hurled the iPod out the window going over the Golden Gate Bridge.
Absolutely. I think the story's even better than the first one.
Uh, I don't want to be mean, cause we all have to eat, but BIG difference in audio quality, sound and acting ability. Recording seemed echoey, kinda tinny. (Wow, am I getting snobby now! Sorry!) Why the switch? You start a series with a solid narrator, and you switch? Seemed like just a reading, not a performance.
Love the sisters' relationship, they make me laugh and reminds me of my own family; but again, this reader seemed distant. Her writing is better than ever.
Terri Blackstock is the best mystery Christian writer I listen to. Go back to the other narrator or one of equal talents. Give Truth Stained Lies a listen, Otherwise, I'm buying only a hardcopy of the next installment and not the audio.
I love Christian fiction and cozy mysteries. I'm blind now, so I listen to all my books.
The narrator was excellent. Very easy listening.
Most definitely. There were unexpected villains, life and death injuries. Also poor Julliette as she found out what was behind her husband's murder.
I couldn't choose a favorite. All were excellent.
The entire ending was phenomenal.
I'm looking forward to hearing more books by this author and other performances by this narrator.
We love all of Terri Blackstock's books. This one is no exception. It was heart-wrenching at times and kept us guessing what the outcome would be. We highly recommend this series and are anxiously awaiting book #3!
A very formulaic and predictable novel written in the tone of a jr. hi level book. If constantly blaming god for what goes wrong and then praising god for what goes well is your thing, then you'll enjoy this story. I found it repugnant. Put that together with a narrator who sounded like a syrupy kindergarten (apologies to kindergarten teachers) teacher and you have a diabetes inducing listen. I couldn't finish it and didn't care how it ended.
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