Everybody Lies

Did you love Everybody Lies? Then you should read Somebody's Secrets by L.J. Breedlove! Yes, you can go home again. But will you leave it alive? Paul Kitka hasn't returned to Sitka, Alaska, in 18 years -- not since a cop shot and killed ...

Everybody Lies

She fled her abuser, but a killer followed her Paul Kitka likes fast cars, women and his job as a lieutenant in the Alaska State Patrol. He likes living in Talkeetna, a small town full of quirky people he’s happy to call friends and neighbors. Life is good. Candace Marshall doesn't know what she likes — being married to an abusive husband had stripped her of all personal preferences. She likes good coffee. She likes her landlord’s kids. She even likes her new job as office manager for Purdue Flight Service. And to her surprise, she likes Alaska. She came to Alaska to disappear. She chose Talkeetna, a small, remote town at the base of Mount Denali, to start over with a different name — in a state her husband hates, and the state hates him back. It was her best chance. When Candace finds him dead in her cabin, her first thought is to run again. Who would believe she didn’t kill him? When Lt. Paul Kitka sees a murdered abusive husband, he assumes the wife killed him — and in Alaska? No one’s going to convict her. But Candace Marshall insists she didn't do it, and reluctantly, he believes her. So then, who did kill the lobbyist in Alaska hates so much? Turns out half of Talkeetna had a reason to kill the man, and everyone is lying to him: Candace, the victim's family and co-workers, even Paul's friends and neighbors. And his investigation is exposing all of their secrets. Now his job is on the line, his town is angry at him, and his partner wants to arrest Candace for murder. But what worries Paul the most, is that in a town full of unstable and angry people, the murderer isn’t done. Get started now with book one in Talkeetna, a crime mystery series full of people who aren’t what they seem to be, set in an isolated Alaskan town where a cat was elected mayor for a decade.

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Everybody Lies
Language: en
Pages: 352
Authors: Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-05-29 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER AN ECONOMIST BOOK OF THE YEAR A NEW STATESMAN BOOK OF THE YEAR 'This book is about a whole new way of studying the mind ... Endlessly fascinating' Steven Pinker 'A whirlwind tour of the modern human psyche' Economist Everybody lies, to friends, lovers, doctors,
Everybody Lies
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Melanie A. Smith
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-07-30 - Publisher: Wicked Dreams Publishing

THE 14TH ANNUAL NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARDS WINNER IN ROMANCE THE 2020 INDEPENDENT PRESS AWARD DISTINGUISHED FAVORITE IN ROMANTIC SUSPENSE THE 2020 ELIT BRONZE AWARD WINNER IN ROMANCE "A deliciously seductive read that will have you racing to the end..." -Lindsey, ARC reader From award-winning and International best-selling author Melanie
Everybody Lies
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Emily Cavanagh
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-10-15 - Publisher: Bookouture

It sometimes feels impossible to keep anything hidden in a place like Great Rock. But now they have found that poor girl down on the beach, I realize just how many secrets we’ve been keeping all along. Evvy has lived on the island of Great Rock all her life. Every
Summary of Seth Stephens-Davidowitz’s Everybody Lies by Milkyway Media
Language: en
Pages: 27
Authors: Milkyway Media
Categories: Study Aids
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-08-31 - Publisher: Milkyway Media

Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are (2017) is a study of human behavior and psychology that uses internet search data as its source material. Unlike other work in the social sciences, which has had to rely on self-reporting
Everybody Lies
Language: en
Pages: 352
Authors: Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-02-20 - Publisher: Dey Street Books

Foreword by Steven Pinker Blending the informed analysis of The Signal and the Noise with the instructive iconoclasm of Think Like a Freak, a fascinating, illuminating, and witty look at what the vast amounts of information now instantly available to us reveals about ourselves and our world—provided we ask the