Keeping Secrets Telling Lies (Urban Renaissance)
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Keeping Secrets Telling Lies (Urban Renaissance)

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Shaniece Turner should be excited about her wedding--until she discovers she's actually a murderer with a terrible memory, in this cerebral novel about a manipulative 16-year-old and her oblivious detective fianc who's in for a surprise. Original.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 1st 2009 by Urban Books
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Free Who?

It’s been five long years since Tera Larou was murdered, Dominic Jones was convicted and Dawson Jones attempted suicide. Since then, Shaniece Turner has gone on with a carefree life, even finding love with Mark Anderton, the detective who was responsible for solving her cousin’s untimely demise. Ready for her happy ending, Shaniece begins to unravel a bit when she learns that Dominic is now proclaiming his innocence. Refusing to allow anything to stand in the way of her nuptials, Shanie...more
Time Is Up!

Dawson Jones is haunted - haunted by the memory, or lack thereof, of killing her father's mistress five years ago. Wanting to protect his family, her father confessed to the crime and is doing the time. And then it hits Dawson. She remembers everything about the fateful night, including who the real murderer is. She'll stop at nothing to prove her father's innocence.

Shaniece Turner has worked hard to be in the position she's in - on the crux of marrying the man of her dreams. So what...more
This book was good. I really enjoyed the plot, and I liked the ending because everything wrapped up nicely. I liked how there was just enough, but not too much background for the main characters. I was very interested in this book and it met my expectations. It wasn't a heavy read, and I look forward to reading more by this author.
Lesa Jones
I have to say this was a great book. I was on the edge of my seat just reading and reading. First time reading anything by this author and have to say she did a great job with this drama and suspend the whole way.

Dawson was a girl that always thought she was the one that killed her dad's girlfriend. Her dad took the fall for it to protect his daughter.

Years later Dawson started to get her memory back and then started to remember that Shaniece was the one that killed the girl Tera they was cousin...more
Definitely a must read
it was great
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