The Perfect Lie (A Jessie Hunt Psychological Suspense Thriller—Book Five) - Blake Pierce

The Perfect Lie (A Jessie Hunt Psychological Suspense Thriller—Book Five)

By Blake Pierce

  • Release Date: 2020-12-25
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 526 Ratings

Description

“A masterpiece of thriller and mystery. Blake Pierce did a magnificent job developing characters with a psychological side so well described that we feel inside their minds, follow their fears and cheer for their success. Full of twists, this book will keep you awake until the turn of the last page.” 
--Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos (re Once Gone) 

THE PERFECT LIE is book #5 in a new psychological suspense series by bestselling author Blake Pierce, whose #1 bestseller Once Gone (a free download) has over 1,000 five-star reviews. 

When a gorgeous, popular gym trainer is found murdered in a wealthy suburban town, criminal profiler and FBI agent Jessie Hunt, 29, is called in to find out who killed her. Yet the twisted secrets that this affair-ridden town holds is unlike anything she has encountered before.

Who was this woman sleeping with? How many marriages did she shatter?

And why did they want her dead?

A fast-paced psychological suspense thriller with unforgettable characters and heart-pounding suspense, THE PERFECT LIE is book #5 in a riveting new series that will leave you turning pages late into the night.

Books #6-#15 are also available!

Reviews

  • Give up on editing?

    2
    By Jsert175tt
    I know I shouldn’t be expecting a literary masterpiece, but did you figure by book 5 you’d have people so hooked they wouldn’t care about missed words, mixing up character names and poor sentence structure? Terrible.
  • Proofread

    3
    By Mitch Rapp 28
    I enjoy this author’s writing but it is shocking how many grammatical and mechanical errors I find in each installment. Even Word would catch many of them so I don’t understand how these books make it through to print without correction. They detract attention from the story as they are so frequent and obvious.
  • Good title

    3
    By Judles66
    Not that suspenseful like the previous books in the series.
  • Good but...

    3
    By Boom boom 223
    I like the story a lot but there are a lot of typos. And misused names that causes some confusion while reading, putting Jessie’s name where someone else’s name was suppose to be.
  • Starting to get repetitive

    3
    By Stepiehra
    I have read all of the Jessie hunt series up to this point. The books are beginning to get repetitive. The misspellings and grammatical errors are getting old, and at one point the author switched Jessie’s name with the victim. I keep reading because I want to know what happens to certain characters. The author is good at keeping your attention to get you to the next book.
  • Nice

    5
    By Mirm27
    It was a nice read
  • Keep on reading!!

    5
    By U'i Wahine💙
    Another great book! Keeps you wanting to read more. Highly recommended! Some spell checks here & there, But minor details!
  • Good thriller but not the best in the series

    3
    By MacLoverPro9
    This book is a page turner from start to finish. Pierce finally develops some hints of romance between the Jessie and Hernandez, while maintaining the strong personalities of the characters. Even though Jessie Hunt’s character was a little distracted throughout the whole book, the story felt strong and very well crafted for the most part. I would have liked to see more backstory with Kat’s character and some of the references to the Propov crime family felt weak, but otherwise a very solid page turner with an ending that Blake Pierce and Jessie Hunt fans will love. Can’t wait to start the next book in the series.
  • Overall good

    4
    By JeannineW
    Needs better editing, but still a page turner.
  • Great series BUT

    3
    By Deletedthegame23
    I’m pretty much annoyed with some minor errors in the writing. Some that didn’t make sense and makes me wonder if the author proofreads his work before publishing it. For example, when Jessie and Ryan are clearly talking about Taylor, the author uses Jessie’s name which doesn’t even make sense. I feel as if the author just wants to write and publish without reading his own work.

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