State of Lies

State of Lies One Woman Is Forced To Question Everything She Knows In This Domestic Suspense Novel From Award Winning Author Siri MitchellGeorgie Brennan May Be A World Class Quantum Physicist, But She Grapples With Life As A Single Mother After Her Husband Is Killed When She Receives A Message From Beyond The Grave, It Leads Her To Question The Details Of Her Husband S DeathAs She Follows The Clues He Left Behind, Her Discoveries Increasingly Implicate Those Closest To Her When Her Father Is Nominated As The New United States Secretary Of Defense, She Must Uncover The Truth Before His Confirmation Hearing Even As The Same People Who Killed Her Husband Are Now After Her Nothing Is At Is Seems Lies Are Truth Enemies Are Friends Even Her Child Is At Risk As Every Possibility But One Disappears, Georgie May Find Herself To Be The Antithesis Of Everything She S Thought Herself To Be

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • State of Lies
  • Siri Mitchell
  • 18 February 2018
  • 9780785228615

10 thoughts on “State of Lies

  1. says:

    State of Lies by Siri Mitchell is the first book by this author that I have read It was a quick, fun read although at times you really had to stretch your imagination It was an enjoyable enough read but was just missing something for me Georgie and her son are devasted when her husband Sean is killed in a car accident Months later she learns that he had lied to her about where he was going Combined with the missing computer and strange things starting o happen around her she decides to look further into his death She soon realises that she knew very little about who her husband was and wonders who she can really trust Can she find out what really happened without putting herself and her son in danger Thanks to Thomas Neilson and NetGalley for my advanced copy of this book to read All opinions are my own and are in no way biased

  2. says:

    State of Lies was amazing I wasn t sure when I started the book, as the first chapter was a bit different from other Christian Fiction books intimacy between a married couple , but it was tastefully written and the suspense got intense right after that I wasn t completely shocked by the villain and what was going on I pretty much saw it coming right away , but even still I was hooked and couldn t read fast enough I just HAD to know if I was right and how things were all going to end It was an awesome ending and I loved how things turned out.All in all, I loved State of Lies and recommend it Disclosure of Material Connection I received one or of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention review it on my blog I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion which I ve done All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

  3. says:

    This novel could be right out of today s headlines Conspiracy theorists will love the plot centered on political intrigue It made me really think about how an adversary country might blackmail some political leaders and gain an influence in our government.I liked that the heroine, Georgie, is a physicist Mitchell included some information about quantum physics, relativity, and other topics in physics and related it to the developing plot I like to learn something when I read fiction and there was quite a bit about the U S involvement in Bosnia as well as the bits about physics.I could have done without the initial bedroom scene Although PG rated, it was an odd way to start a novel like this It didn t add anything to the story and I would have preferred it not be there Also, while this is a very good political thriller, there was no Christian influence or message in it, even though it is published by a Christian publisher This is a good novel for readers who like political thrillers where the future of the nation hangs on the work of an amateur uncovering the truth It is well written and very interesting to think about with respect to current events.I received a complimentary egalley of this book through Celebrate Lit My comments are an independent and honest review.

  4. says:

    Proving she can effortlessly weave in and out of genres with seamless ease, one of my all time favourite authors marries lively and engaging Aaron Sorkin like canvases with the intensity of current popular thrillers like Gone Girl An intelligent and page turning experience, Washington is just one of the dimensional characters in this intersection of truth and lies.

  5. says:

    I was given this book to read by Thomas Nelson publishing in exchange for an honest review All thoughts are my own I was not expecting this story Actually, compared to her historical fiction it has a completely different tone It s a thriller and kept me reading I finished it in just under 24 hours and then I thought, Oh, I think I may be the first reviewer on Goodreads Scaryy hehe From a general mystery stand point this story has everything that should be in a mystery A grabber beginning, a plot, and the clues that led to the end I was absolutely blown away While my face kept a blank stare reading this, my brain was screaming in shock.I liked Georgie s POV It really gave a neat perspective and seeing her fears and emotions of everything came across as authentic The patriotism and standing up for what is right really played a factor in the end, the realization that the choices we make DO matter.The content of this book I would rate lower The first scene in the book was an awkward start and there are a couple scenes that imply sex scenes between a married coupleIt s not in explicit detail, but the details that are given made me feel a squirmy view spoiler a married couple go into a shower together and the scene ends, the married couple pressed close together that s written in an intimate way, one intense scene where desire for one another is very evident, kissing, etc hide spoiler

  6. says:

    STATE OF LIES is one of those books that grabs the reader from the beginning and continues to pull them in as the climax builds towards the end Full of political intrigue, conspiracy, and danger as the heroine finds herself in the middle of a plot against the country she loves and those dearest to her Suspense fans will find much to love here Don t start this book right before bed I did and then couldn t put it down because I just had to know what would happen It s quite a bit of an emotional roller coaster Be prepared fro some good twists and turns as the story unfold I immediately related to the protagonist, Georgie, who has been dealt quite a blow and is trying to keep her life on track and care for her son I appreciated how the author left clues and bread crumbs here and there Some were fairly easy and the heroine took a bit to catch on, but others were a little difficult Reading as she struggled with loss and finding not all is as it appears, was rough Towards the end I literally did not trust anyone except for one person Happily, in the end, I was wrong about a few people and right about others.I have just a few minor issues with the story I felt like the situation was fairly complex and the storyline didn t always support it since there was really a lot going on and, as a reader, we re only getting one part of it through Georgie s eyes I m curious if there will be additional books about the other two situations or the fall out that has to follow this story My other issue is that the scenes between Georgie and her husband were perhaps a little detailed than I expected and it surprised me It means that I can t give this one to my teen daughter to read.In the end, was it what I wished for I really enjoyed this story It kept a constant undertone of suspense and danger, had a likable heroine to cheer on, a touch of romance, and a story that will hold readers attentions from beginning to end.Content Some fade to black love scenes between a married couple, violence.Source I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through Celebrate Lit Publicity, which did not require a positive review nor affect it in any way.

  7. says:

    This book grabbed me right from the beginning, and kept pulling me in, with my heart in my throat, and fear for those I cared about Whom do you trust here, and I felt like I was watching the evening news, yes, this story could be true.A little boy and his Mom dealing with the loss of their beloved Dad Husband, and why Be aware you will be up late trying to find out the answers here, and the bombshells keep dropping right up to the end, even locked doors won t keep out the evil.I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Thomas Nelson, and was not required to give a positive review.

  8. says:

    Suspense is a wonderful genre to read in I haven t read any of Siri Mitchell s historical fiction, but she started to write a suspense novel, and the synopsis sounded awesome, so I couldn t wait to read it The story starts out pretty just like a suspense novel with a high tension moment setting the rest of the action for the story Then about 42 percent into the novel, the plot turned toward a little different direction I did have a hard time putting the novel down I wanted to see what would happen to Glorie as she tried to figure out with her father when he was in Iraq and with Sean The ending did take a turn I didn t see coming, so I was surprised that Mitchell went that way I didn t see it coming that way The writing was good I could see the characters and the setting as they played across my imagination Overall, State of Lies by Siri Mitchell is a captivating written suspense with plenty of action and an unique storyline It was a wonderful story to pass a couple of hours.I received a complimentary copy of State of Lies by Siri Mitchell from Thomas Nelson Publishing, but the opinions stated are all my own.

  9. says:

    This book is unlike any Siri Mitchell book you ve already read Get ready for a high stakes plat that bobs and weaves before hitting you with an unexpected one two punch.While I enjoyed the twists and turns of this story and little Sam , I had a difficult time believing Georgia, a quantum physicist, was truly as clueless as to what was truly going on for the first half of the book The woman is a genius but can t put two and two together However, there are so many moving pieces and possible suspects, the mystery moves along quickly And the ending Didn t quite see that coming.The domestic suspense does get violent in places, and Georgia and her son are often targeted Also, as others have mentioned, this book has zero spiritual content in it so it would be better categorized as a clean read than Christian suspense.Overall, an enticing and engaging story about a coverup and how deep the involvement goes It will definitely keep you guessing.Content warning While not descriptive, there are a few intimate scenes in the book with Georgia and her husband.Disclosure statement I receive complimentary books from publishers, publicists, and or authors, including NetGalley I am not required to write positive reviews The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s 16 CFR, Part 255.

  10. says:

    I m usually not the biggest fan of political thrillers and if you aren t either, don t worry this to me felt less political and domestic suspense with a touch of military political UH OH Also, I was surprised to find this is also considered Christian fiction I m not a religious person and don t mind some in a book but I never would ve guessed as faith is barely touched within these pages I m not complaining by any means I had a lot of fun with this read.It s a story that s familiar to me so I wasn t particularly surprised by any of the twists though one part at the end was a little bit of a surprise thank you I do love that sordid twisty surprise It s fast paced, easily a binge read and I absolutely love Sam and Alice not even main characters, fyi One thing I noticed is that there were some name mix ups during a couple of scenes that had me a bit puzzled but I m sure this will be fixed in the final copy and it didn t deter from the enjoyability of the storyline Weirdly I m at a loss for words but I can tell you that I would recommend this read There may be some things that seem familiar in terms of story line and not being much of a surprise for avid thriller readers However, I found this read compulsive and easily got through it in a few hours Wouldn t it be nice if instead of dying, we went through worm holes Or would it

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