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The Good Lie

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I've never studied law but the conflict of interests between Rob and Randall seemed too farfetched for Rob to be his attorney. So why is attorney Robert Kavin, the father of the BH Killer’s 6th victim, Gabe, stepping forward to defend this man - pro bono, no less?

Review: The Good Lie by A.R. Torre – Always With a Book Review: The Good Lie by A.R. Torre – Always With a Book

The investigators dive headfirst into the furtive world of foreign intelligence and national security, hoping to do it quietly. Peter Rena and Randi Brooks establish themselves throughout the story, developing in tandem and together equally. We get a little mystery, a little romance, and a whole lot of "hold your breath" type of moments here, which is a recipe for a read that will dominate your thoughts when you aren't actively consuming it. The Good Lie reads like a Lifetime Original Movie, and I mean that with the highest compliments possible, because some of the most enjoyable thrillers I've ever read have followed this formula. During the Second Sudanese Civil War, siblings Mamere, Paul, Jeremiah, Theo, Daniel, and Abital escape after their families and village are massacred.

The patients in her psychiatric practice have angry, volatile, or violent histories; they’re people who are afraid they’re going to hurt somebody. However, I was intrigued enough by the other parts of the plot and the characters to keep reading, plus there was one twist which I definitely did not see coming!

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On the contrasting side, we have Robert Kavin, a man who will stop at nothing until he gains justice for his son, Gabe. She is a physiatrist who specializes in potential killers – people with violent fantasies, and it is her job to prevent those thoughts from escalating. Washington is rife for change and seeks heads to put on pikes, but no one is quite sure who or what they may be just yet. Now Robert wants Gwen to interview the accused, create a psych profile of the killer and his victims, and help clear his client’s name.

When his seventh victim escapes and points the finger at a local teacher as the serial killer, the police are satisfied. When 17 year old, Scott, escapes from captivity where he says he was tortured and raped repetitively, his story is holding something back. The Bloody Heart Killer targets male teenagers, tortures them, and leaves them for dead in a very gruesome fashion. Despite being a psychiatrist, she was definitely not the sharpest when it came to Rob, how could she have possibly overlooked and accepted his actions? This type of story feels like we're on a train headed for a collision, and we're powerless to stop it, so we just sit back and wait for the epic explosion once all the pieces are revealed.

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