NO MORE LIES
by Susan Squires

2003-10-01
ISBN: 0-505-52566-6
Reviewer Graphic Button Leisure Books
Mass Market Paperback
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Dr. Holland Banks fears she may be losing her mind. This is definitely not the thing to have happen when you are the head of a psychiatric hospital and president of the Schizophrenia Research Foundation. With a sniper on the loose in LA, Holland senses she is being stalked. She also hears voices in her head and can hear other peopleís thoughts. This just canít be happening - these are all the symptoms she has dedicated her life to helping her patients overcome. Her career will be over if people discover she has the same symptoms as the patients she tries to help.


Hollandís father Leland has been trying to convince her to help him in his research work at the Genomere Foundation. Reluctantly Holland agrees to help her dad. At the reception where Leland plans to make the big announcement, investigative reporter Jeff McQueen appears and in mistaken for a psychiatric patient. After punching Leland, Jeff is transported to Hollandís hospital on a 72-hour hold.


As it turns out Jeff is the man who has been stalking Holland. He has been trying to get in touch with her because he has the same symptoms she has been experiencing. He has heard her voice in his head above all the others and senses that she is experiencing the same symptoms as he. He wants her to help him figure out why these things are happening to them.


Holland feels a connection to Jeff and soon discovers that when she touches him her symptoms subside as do his. Somehow he holds a piece of the puzzle for Holland to resume her normal life.


In No More Lies the remarkable Susan Squires has created yet another masterpiece. As with her previous books Ms. Squires clearly shows that she is an author not afraid to take chances with her writing. The result in this case is a cleverly crafted story that will keep the reader on the edge of her seat. With each new book Ms. Squires continues to amaze. I canít wait to see where her imagination might take us next.


Reviewed in September 2003 by Barbara.

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