Sunday, January 23, 2011

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Real-life crime reporter Mark LaFlamme gives us over two dozen stories designed to raise the hairs on the back of our spooked little necks.  A clean sweep of 5.0 star reviews and raves from 8 readers.

Discover a place where men and women are forced to march for their daily bread.  A place where the end of the world doesn’t guarantee a way out.  A place where every tiny decision that you make could influence the future in giant ways.

Book of LIes includes 27 disturbing tales that question the world around us, each more unsettling than the last:

A professor discovers that we all may be works of fiction. 
A freak storm leaves half the population speaking gibberish.
And the grandest secrets of them all may await in the grave.

From a Vine Voice Reviewer: 

LaFlamme is like a graffiti artist sliding around a corner in the dark with his collar turned up, a few bold strokes and he's moved on--but the territory of your mind has been tagged with his distinctive images. --
Linda Bulger, a top Amazon Vine Voice reviewer.-- Linda Bulger, 2010

About the Author

Mark LaFlamme is a crime reporter and columnist at the Sun Journal in Lewiston, Maine. 

His weekly column Street Talk has been named both Best in Maine and Best in New England. In 2006, LaFlamme was named Journalist of the Year by the Maine Press Association.

He is the author of the novels "The Pink Room,"Vegetation," "Asterisk: Red Sox 2089," and "Dirt: An American Campaign," as well as the short story collection "Box of Lies."  

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