Love, Lies, and Murder

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Breathtaking suspense unraveling at train-wreck speed, in an unforgettable collection.

Sometimes the only way to do the right thing is to break the rules. 

Love, Lies, and Murder is a collection of 19 short stories that explore the extremes of human emotion and the conflicts that result. Every story will leave you tense and breathless as the characters race to a conclusion that is as unexpected as it is satisfying. 

Intense and gripping, each story features a hero that seeks justice and the triumph of good over evil by whatever means necessary—regardless of what society’s rules find acceptable. 

The collection is taut, visceral, and addictive. All the emotions we feel every day, when taken to their extremes, offer a roller coaster of passion, conflict, and chills. 

Nineteen droplets of suspense in a thrilling anthology that will leave you unsettled, longing for more. 

Fans of David Baldacci, Robert Dugoni, and James Patterson will love reading Leslie Wolfe. 

1 review for Love, Lies, and Murder

  1. Julie Howard

    This book contains 19 short stories that tug at the heart strings and are just right if you only have a few minutes to kill Each story is different with an out come at the end of each story that leaves you thinking. I read the book when it first came out and it was surprising how many I remembered as I listened to them so they obviously made an impact on me.the sign of a good book.

    There is far to many stories to tell you about individually but all the stories have twist and turns and a few I needed a tissue in order to continue listening too. The book covers everything from a soldier being discharged from the army and his love for his partner, to a doctor convincing a patient he does have a reason to live, to a mother protecting her family and the lengths she will go to, a police detectives out smarting criminals and getting a confession against the odds. This book covers it all but the main theme is good triumphs over evil, even if a few tears are needed to do it.
    Leslie Wolfe is an excellent and talented writer in order to get the reader to feel so much emotion in ten or twelve pages. A must read and with Gwendolyn heart felt performance you can’t go wrong with this book

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