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Genuine Lies by Nora Roberts
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Apr 29, 2009

it was ok
Read in April, 2009 , read count: 1

I nearly put this book down as soon as I started it, because the prelude shows the heroine being arraigned for murder. I hate that kind of plot. But Nora Roberts has a way with relationships (of all kinds) in her romantic suspense, and there were a lot of interesting ones in this.

Movie goddess Eve Benedict summons biographer Julie Summers to write her authorized biography, in which Eve plans to expose all the secrets she has kept hidden throughout her life. Trouble is, most of the secrets aren't hers to tell, and a lot of people are upset about this rattling of their skeletons. Julie is too, as it turns out. She is forced to accept some of Eve's closest friends into her own life.

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