Liar [ˈlī(-ə)r] (n): 1. A person who tells lies. 2. A writer.
“Lying is essential to good storytelling. Daily, we writers sit at our computers - or legal tablets or Underwoods - and write down a bunch of untruths, piling one on top of the other, page after paltering page. We compound them, massage them, edit them, spin them, cut-and-paste them, until we’re satisfied that, despite how outlandish or otherworldly these lies are, you, the reader, will swallow them.
“In that, we’re like politicians. Except that we’re spared the hassle of running for elected office.” (Sandra Brown)
In this gripping new audio collection you’ll find 15 tales of deceit and deception, perjury and prevarication, falsehoods and fibs, spun by some of the finest liars in the business:
A portion of the proceeds from this audio collection will benefit literacy programs.
"Mad Science: A Joe Ledger Adventure" ©2012 by Jonathan Maberry Productions, LLC; "The Gateway" ©2011 by Solomon Jones; "Shuffle" ©2011 by Kelly Simmons; "She Looks Just like Her Mother" ©2011 by Edward Pettit; "Choosing Teams" ©2011 by Don Lafferty; "What I Did…" ©2011 by Marie Lamba; "Bliss" ©2011 by Merry Jones; "Under the King's Bridge" ©2011 by Keith R. A. DeCandido; "Doe Run Road" ©2011 by Dennis Tafoya; "What Lies Between" ©2011 by Keith Strunk; "For Love" ©2011 by William Lashner; "The Return Trip" ©2011 by Jon McGoran; "So Coldly Sweet, So Deadly Fair" ©2006 by Gregory Frost; "The Truth-Telling" ©2012 by Stephen Susco; "Two Guns in Liar's Canyon" ©2012 by Chuck Wendig.