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Fatal Lies by Frank Tallis
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Nov 13, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: english-books, own, policial-thriller-mystery, 2010-reads, historical-romance
Read in January, 2010

I finished this book. Once again there was a big twist in the plot. Trezka, a Hungarian violinist was a (view spoiler)
I was really shocked. The way Liebermann discovers this fact is amazing. I love Liebermann and his conjectures.
Liebermann continues to fight his feelings for Amelia. The man who is seen with Amelia by Max is not her lover, as Max thought but he is in fact her half brother. (another shocking twist)

I would like to have seen the author explore Amelia's feelings for Max. In the end of the book they go to this ball and Max decides to take his time to win Amelia's heart. The author doesn't mention nothing more about that line of thought. I'm really hoping they stay together.

I really love the way Max Liebermann and his intuition.
He's amazingly talented.
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