Andrea Thompson is smart, assertive, and beautiful. She's also desperately lonely. Raised in Europe by her grandmother, she struggles knowing neither of her parents wanted her, and she has no idea why.
When Andrea receives an urgent call from her older sister, Carrie, she agrees to fly to the United States to help. Carrie's newborn daughter Rachel needs a bone marrow transplant.
What Andrea doesn't know is that her return to the United States will launch a chain of events that will uncover secrets hidden for decades. Secrets which will rock the Thompson family and ignite a political firestorm.
Secrets that some will kill to protect.
Rachel's Peril Girl of Lies is Book 1 of the Rachel's Peril political suspense trilogy, a spinoff series of the Thompson Sisters, A Song for Julia, Falling Stars, Just Remember to Breathe, and The Last Hour. It is not necessary to have read the Thompson Sisters books before reading Rachel's Peril.
What listeners say about Girl of Lies
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Not worth the time spent listening
What disappointed you about Girl of Lies?
It suddenly ended with no conclusion
What was most disappointing about Charles Sheehan-Miles’s story?
Complicated to listen to and then having listened to it for some hours it ended abruptly
What didn’t you like about Doug Lee’s performance?
His performance was OK, he could not help the story that he was reading
What character would you cut from Girl of Lies?
I would not give it a moments more consideration
Any additional comments?
Do not waste time listening to it as you will probably be annoyed as my husband and I were, when it suddenly ended and you were left having no clue what happened.
Loved listening to this audiobook
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I certainly would recommend it to a friend. It's a very good story and well narrated audiobook. I loved the other Thompson-Sisters books and audiobooks and this is no exception.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Girl of Lies?
I can't name one moment but it's remakable that Doug Lee was able to bring all those different characters to life and made them authentic. Other than the other Thompson-Sister books this novel has mulitple POV's and he brings to life every one of them.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I cried and I laughed. I love Charles Sheehan-Miles' books, all of them touched my heart,and while listening to this audiobook, I was able to feel the same emotions.
Any additional comments?
This is a great, well narrated story - you should check it out!
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