One Perfect Lie by Lisa Scottoline: A Visual Guide

GIFnotes: Giving you the basic plot summary of an upcoming book with the help of the Graphics Interchange Format.

This week, take a visual tour of Lisa Scottoline's upcoming suspense thriller, One Perfect Lie, with GIFnotes!

On paper, Chris Brennan looks perfect.

He's applying for a job as a high school government teacher.

He's ready to step in as an assistant baseball coach.

And his references are impeccable.

But everything about Chris Brennan is a lie.

Susan Sematov is proud of her son Raz, a high school pitcher so athletically talented that he's being recruited for a full-ride scholarship to a Division I college, with a future in major-league baseball.

But Raz’s father died only a few months ago…

Leaving her son in a vulnerable place where any new father figure might influence him for good…

Or evil.

Heather Larkin is a struggling single mother who lives for her son Justin's baseball games.

But Justin is shy…

And Heather fears he is being lured down a dark path by one of his teammates, a young man from an affluent family whose fun-loving manner…

Might possibly conceal his violent plans.

Mindy Kostis succumbs to the pressure of being a surgeon's wife by filling her days with social events and too many gin and tonics.

But she doesn’t know that her husband and her son, Evan, are keeping secrets from her—secrets that might destroy all of them.

At the center of all of them is Chris Brennan.

Why is he there? What does he want? And what is he willing to do to get it?

Enthralling and suspenseful, One Perfect Lie is an emotional thriller and a suburban crime story that will have readers riveted up to the shocking end, with killer twists and characters you won’t soon forget.

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Lisa Scottoline is a New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award–winning author of twenty-eight novels. She has 30 million copies of her books in print in the United States, she has been published in thirty-five countries, and her thrillers have been optioned for television and film. Lisa also writes a weekly column with her daughter, Francesca Serritella, for The Philadelphia Inquirer, and those stories have been adapted into a series of bestselling memoirs, the first of which is entitled Why My Third Husband Will Be A Dog. Lisa lives on a Pennsylvania farm with an array of disobedient pets.

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