Liar Liar

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Liar ['lī-ər] (n):
1. A person who tells lies.
2. A writer.

“Lying is essential to good storytelling. Daily, we writers sit at our computers—or legal tablets or Underwoods—and write down a bunch of untruths, piling one on top of the other, page after paltering page. We compound them, massage them, edit them, spin them, cut-and-paste them, until we’re satisfied that, despite how outlandish or otherworldly these lies are, you, the reader, will swallow them.
“In that, we’re like politicians. Except that we’re spared the hassle of running for elected office.”—Sandra Brown

In this gripping new audio collection you’ll find fifteen tales of deceit and deception, perjury and prevarication, falsehoods and fibs, spun by some of the finest liars in the business:

“Mad Science: A Joe Ledger Adventure” by Jonathan Maberry
“The Gateway” by Solomon Jones
“Shuffle” by Kelly Simmons
“She Looks Just like Her Mother” by Edward Pettit
“Choosing Teams” by Don Lafferty
“What I Did” by Marie Lamba
“Bliss” by Merry Jones
“Under the King’s Bridge” by Keith R. A. DeCandido
“Doe Run Road” by Dennis Tafoya
“What Lies Between” by Keith Strunk
“For Love” by William Lashner
“The Return Trip” by Jonathan McGoran
“So Coldly Sweet, So Deadly Fair” by Gregory Frost
“The Truth-Telling” by Stephen Susco
“Two Guns in Liar’s Canyon” by Chuck Wendig

A portion of the proceeds from this audio collection will benefit literacy programs.

Author Biography

The Liars Club is a group of award-winning writers who work in a variety of genres, from literary to mystery to history to horror and beyond. They write stories for adults, young adults, children, and occasionally, werewolves. They advocate for bookstores and libraries, as well as for reading and writing, and give lively talks about books, publishing, writing, and topics related to fiction. Their goal is to promote literacy and a love of books and hope their stories encourage both. That’s no lie.

Reader Biography

Chris Patton has narrated over seventy-five audiobooks. His voice can be heard narrating such titles as Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the dystopian juggernaut Yesterday’s Gone, Clive Barker’s Books of Blood series, and two titles by Joyce Carol Oates. Chris began his career in theater at age ten, and his voice-over career at twenty-nine. Since then, he has voiced over two hundred anime titles, numerous commercials and e-learning and industrial projects, and several video games. He’s also fronted a synthpop band called Paul Lynde Is Dead, written a teen urban fantasy about an emo vampire called Scene Immortal, and has appeared as a special guest at more than eighty-five pop-culture conventions.

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