License to Lie

License to Lie Never trust a soul even your own With Five Million Dollars and their lives on the line can a determined criminologist and a beautiful con artist learn to trust each other or themselves Both are exper

  • Title: License to Lie
  • Author: Terry Ambrose
  • ISBN: 9781610090513
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback
  • Never trust a soul even your own With Five Million Dollars and their lives on the line, can a determined criminologist and a beautiful con artist learn to trust each other or themselves Both are experts in the art of communications Both are driven by their goals but they re on opposite sides of the law When her father is kidnapped, they join forces and learn that it sNever trust a soul even your own With Five Million Dollars and their lives on the line, can a determined criminologist and a beautiful con artist learn to trust each other or themselves Both are experts in the art of communications Both are driven by their goals but they re on opposite sides of the law When her father is kidnapped, they join forces and learn that it s hard to trust each other or themselves.

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      Published :2019-05-06T11:55:39+00:00

    2 thoughts on “License to Lie

    1. Terry Ambrose started out skip tracing and collecting money from deadbeats and quickly learned that liars come from all walks of life He never actually stole a car, but sometimes hired big guys with tow trucks and a penchant for working in the dark when negotiations failed A resident of Southern California, he loves spending time in Hawaii, especially on the Garden Island of Kauai, where he invents lies for others to read His years of chasing deadbeats taught him many valuable life lessons including always keep your car in the garage.

    2. I finished this book a bit ago since I won an Advanced Reader Copy, but have only just found it available on to review. License to Lie, a suspense novel by Terry Ambrose, was an exciting read with many twists and turns. Each chapter was told from the point of view of one of the two protagonists, Roxy Tanner and Skip Cosgrove. I found this to be confusing to start with until I figured out that the author had given clues as to whose point of view was contained in each chapter by the quote of a se [...]

    3. This second book by Terry Ambrose, another excellent read. This book definitely wasn't an 'easy' read where you knew what to expect before the end of the tale! It's full of interesting twists that keep you guessing. And these aren't cookie cutter characters. I'm definitely a fan and look forward to more books by Terry.

    4. License to Lie – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A Dish“You lied about not knowing what Richard was upset about. Did it have something to do with Roxy?” The color drained from Tommy’s face. He grabbed the towel he’d hung over his shoulder and began to wipe the bar. “I-I can’t.” “Richard Tanner may be in some sort of trouble. If you know something, tell me. I won’t tell Roxy. This is in confidence between you an [...]

    5. When I end up reading through mealtimes, the book must be very captivating and such was the case with Licence To Lie. When Roxy Tanner and her mother see on tv news how criminologist, Skip Cosgrove, located a missing kid and reunited him with his family, they know that he is the man to help them find their missing father and husband, Richard Tanner. Joining forces, Roxy and Skip enter a nightmarish few days full of danger, suspense, confusion, and above all, riddled with lies. One has to ask whe [...]

    6. License to Lie, set in San Diego, puts some nice new pavement down on the road to structuring the ultimate mystery novel. Author Terry Ambrose pits a PI and a scam artist against both each other and a crew of kidnappers. The author cranks up a festival of back and forth action, telling investigator Skip Cosgrove’s story in third person and alternating chapters with Roxy, the scam artist, speaking for herself in first person. A detail oriented writer, Ambrose also crafts an intricate series of [...]

    7. This second book by Terry Ambrose (first one Photo Finish) introduces two great characters (Skip Cosgrove, criminologist and Roxy Tanner, scam artist). The venue is Carlsbad, CA and Mr. Ambrose deftly describes both his characters and the beach community of Carlsbad in this mystery. He uses an interesting technique at the beginning of each chapter. He borrows a line from the chapter and uses it as a chapter title. Additionally, to make clear who is speaking within the chapter, he uses a “he sa [...]

    8. I am definitely a fan of Terry Ambrose. His first book, Photo Finish, had a great character that made me laugh out loud while reading which is tough to do.After reading his new book, License to Lie, I have two new favorite charactersRoxy and Skip!Terry has done it once again with his amazing way to formulate the words to create a wonderful reading experience. I loved the way he brought different points of views with Roxy and Skip and how it all came together in the end.The only problem I had wit [...]

    9. I got this book and finished it in one day/night. The suspense is excellent and the tit-for-tat between the two main characters, Roxy and Skip, is really well done. I like the concept for the book and the plot is well organized. I cannot wit to read Terry Ambrose's next novel.

    10. I won this book on . It is very interesting and quick moving. There is embezzlement,kidnapping,murder and a little love attraction. Terry did a great job with lots of twist and turns.

    11. License to Lie had me turning the pages eager to see what was going to happen next. Terry Ambrose has created "kick butt" characters and a fun ride of a story!

    12. Past experiences have shaped the lives of Roxy and Skip, but in very different ways. Roxy has used frightening experiences to become a woman who does not trust and is out to take care of herself, even at the expense of others. Skip, on the other hand, pushes himself to help others overcome trials just as he learned to do. When these two are thrown together when Roxy's father goes missing, their pasts may be complications they don't need. Roxy must choose between selfish plans and preserving her [...]

    13. The ability to detect lies is not an immunity to lying to oneself. //License to Lie// intertwines the lives of Roxy, who lies to con men out of their money, and Skip Cosgrove, who cuts through the lies to find people. Hot off a successful case to find a missing boy, Skip is hired to find the husband of Roxy’s mother, and they are put on a fun collision course where anything can happen. You know where it will end up, but you will not believe how it gets there.Although there are some of the pred [...]

    14. A fast pace, an unlikely pair of accomplices, short chapters with alternating points of view, a variety of crimes—from fraud to kidnapping to murder—and a nascent romance that threatens to get in the way are the main elements making the Southern California novel License to Lie by Terry Ambrose a top notch mystery. It’s fast. The story consumes only a few days and each of the two protagonists have multiple challenges unrelated to each other—until they meet. Strange characters and surprise [...]

    15. I have to admit I couldn't put this book down. I read it in two evenings and stayed up until 4 a.m. to finish it. I really enjoyed meeting the characters in the book and their various interesting occupations. It was a lot of fun to read and very fast-paced. The relationship between Roxy and Skip evolved and finally their trust issues seemed to be resolved. The chapters were short and easy to read. At the end of the book, I wished that I had read it slower or that there was more to read as it was [...]

    16. Great protagonist, writer is skilled at switching from different points of viewGood, crisp story - well drawn out characters. Excellent rendering of a female narrator from a male author. If you like Fargo type tales of scams, cons and twisted motives this is your kind of book. Solid ending, can't wait to read the next in the series.

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