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A Fractured Truth

2.79 of 5 stars 2.79  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  4 reviews
In "The House on Sprucewood Lane," Caroline Slate established herself as a distinctive new voice in psychological suspense, a writer who creates "characters so rounded the reader can hear their ragged breathing" "(Publishers Weekly)." Now, in this highly charged story of love and trust turned inside out, she crafts a tale of passion and intrigue, murder and betrayal -- fri ...more
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published July 22nd 2003 by Atria Books
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At the beginning of the story, this chick Grace is out of jail on parole after 7 years served for the murder, and she's trying to readjust to life -- including e-mail, because this book was published in 2003. There are some fishy things about Grace's life before this event: her father is killed or possibly has just gone missing, he was involved with some loan sharks and some iffy money practices, her husband caused her business to go bankrupt... it's not a good time.
This book starts on the day that Grace Leshansky is released from an 8 year prison term after being convicted of killing her husband... a charge she fully admits to. It wasn't until the end of the book that you found out exactly why... and I stayed up late last night to read it.

Four stars for .."It kept me up at night".
Harry Annan
I loved this book. The far reaching effects of being untruthful.
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