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The lying game

The lying game

Shepard, Sara, 1977-

Seventeen-year-old Emma Paxton steps into the life of her long-lost twin Sutton to solve her murder, while Sutton looks on from her afterlife

Book. English.
Published New York: HarperTeen, c2010

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Details

Statement of responsibility: by Sara Shepard
ISBN: 0007237421, 9780007237425
Physical Description: 307 p. ; 22 cm.
Subject: Sisters Juvenile fiction.; Dead Fiction.; Sisters Fiction.; Murder Juvenile fiction.; Twins Fiction.; Twins Juvenile fiction.; Mystery and detective stories.; Dead Juvenile fiction.; Murder Fiction.

Author note

Sara Shepard is the author of the New York Times bestselling series Pretty Little Liars, which is now an ABC Family original show. She graduated from New York University and has an MFA from Brooklyn College. Sara recently moved back to Main Line Philadelphia from Arizona, the setting for The Lying Game.

Description

From the author of the New York Times bestselling PRETTY LITTLE LIARS comes a killer new series, THE LYING GAME.

Sutton Mercer had a life anyone would kill for - and someone did. But thanks to a view from the afterlife and Emma Paxton, her long-lost twin sister, Sutton has a chance to solve her own murder. Emma slips into Sutton's old life to piece together her disappearance. But can Emma keep up the charade long enough to discover what really happened to Sutton.or will she become the next victim?

Let the lying games begin.

Reviews

FOR PRETTY LITTLE LIARS:

'Glamorous, intriguing and sexy - the third instalment in the Pretty Little Liars series is the most dazzling read we've had in ages' Heat

'If you heart Gossip Girl, you'll love this' Bliss

'If you're a fan of Gossip Girl and high-school movies, check out this series now!' Closer

'More glamour and intrigue than The O.C' Elle

'Addictive . . . it's scandal central!' Company

'I loved Pretty Little Liars and got really into it. A compulsive tale of first love, must-have labels and life's lessons not yet learned . . . both sweet and sinister - completely compulsive' Louise Candlish