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by Perri O'Shaughnessy


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NINA REILLY LAY ON HER STOMACH, her eyes closed, a white washcloth draped over her backside

Perri O'Shaughnessy Case of Lies Book 11 in the Nina Reilly series, 2005 TO OUR BROTHER, PATRICK. He helped thousands of california workers in his law practice, and in his private life he loved fully. PART ONE The behavior of fundamental particles is essentially random. NINA REILLY LAY ON HER STOMACH, her eyes closed, a white washcloth draped over her backside. The endless mental lists had fled from her head, lulled by Chelsi’s electronic ambient music and her soothing hands on Nina’s back.

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Perri O'Shaughnessy Case of Lies Book 11 in the Nina Reilly series, 2005 TO OUR BROTHER, PATRICK. HEISENBERG 1 NINA REILLY LAY ON HER STOMACH, her eyes closed, a white washcloth draped over her backside. Book 11 in the Nina Reilly series, 2005. To our brother, patrick.

Case of Lies Perri O'shaughnessy For Nina Reilly, the mountain town of Lake Tahoe is home. The police have no suspects, and the robbery victims, three students, lied about their identities and are hiding outside California and the reach of the court

Case of Lies Perri O'shaughnessy For Nina Reilly, the mountain town of Lake Tahoe is home. It's where she forged a successful career as a tough, resourceful attorney – and raised her teenage. The police have no suspects, and the robbery victims, three students, lied about their identities and are hiding outside California and the reach of the court. Two of the witnesses have fled to a village not far from the home of Bob's father, Kurt Scott, in Germany.

No one writes legal suspense like Perri O’Shaughnessy. Blending powerful human drama with legal thrills, mystery, humor, and unforgettable characters, the New York Times bestselling author has created a uniquely entertaining series of novels centered around lawyer and single mother Nina Reilly. Now, in a masterful new novel, Nina’s investigation into an unsolved murder takes her on a dark journey strewn with old crimes, bitter truths, and heart-stopping danger.For Nina Reilly, the mountain town of Lake Tahoe is home. It’s where she forged a successful career as a tough, resourceful attorney–and raised her teenage son, Bob, alone. Back from a stint in Monterey, where her love life took a tumble, Nina has returned to her Tahoe law office with her old friends Sandy Whitefeather and Sandy’s son, Wish. It isn’t long before she has a new client whose wife was shot and killed during a casino-district robbery two years before. The police have no suspects, and the robbery victims, three students, lied about their identities and are hiding outside California and the reach of the court.Two of the witnesses have fled to a village not far from the home of Bob’s father, Kurt Scott, in Germany. As Nina tries to unravel the mystery of one violent Tahoe night, a harrowing journey begins–one that takes her from the dark underworld of Tahoe’s casinos to the halls of a prestigious East Coast university to Europe and an emotional reunion with Kurt.As old feelings are rekindled, Nina’s case turns violent. Everyone has something to hide–the brilliant but unstable mathematics student who has made an astonishing discovery, the owner of a motel where the shooting took place, and the shooter, who has turned the whole case into a gigantic lie.Filled with all the rich drama, stunning surprises, and ingenious twists we have come to expect from this incomparable storyteller, Case of Lies will grab you from the very first page and never let you go as it speeds to its incredible conclusion.
Skilkancar
A robbery, the murder of a pregnant schoolteacher, followed by the disappearance of three witnesses - all take place at a Lake Tahoe motel and lead to a wrongful death suit. Time is running out on the case and there has been no significant progress; the previous attorney wants out. Nina Reilly takes over the case of the bereaved spouse, at the personal request of the victim's niece.

Her first action is to locate the witnesses - three brilliant math students - and she tracks two of them to Boston. When she finds the third in an island near Seattle, she has a plan.

But then more people start turning up dead, and all indications are that the man who robbed the students at the motel is responsible. As more facts surface, it becomes clear that money alone was not the motive - one of the students has a secret notebook in which he has recorded his work on a significant mathematical proof, and coincidentally, a large corporation in Seattle wants the notebook.

But the more Nina Reilly investigates, the more twisted become the facts. Soon, nothing is as it seems. And in a final confrontation between the alleged killer and her client, a whole new array of facts unfold. Only one man will still be standing in the end, and what she learns after it is over will blow Nina Reilly's mind.

Case of Lies (Nina Reilly) is exciting, and suspenseful storytelling that highlights still another Nina Reilly escapade.

I deducted one star after some of the plot points failed to add up to a plausible conclusion. Overall, however, I found the character Nina Reilly as engaging as usual.

Laurel-Rain Snow
Author of: Web of Tyranny, etc.
Foginn
There are various plot/story lines in this book. Some were very interesting, others only so-so. There was a lot of information about very high level math involving prime numbers. I admit that I skipped over some of the technical details, but I also did learn a few things. Most of the story kept my interest, but there was a big let down in the plot.

Not to give anything away, but one person's 'reason' for committing a particular crime was just ludicrous. It made no sense at all and really detracted from the overall story. If the O'Shaughnessys could have made the motive more understandable and realistic, it would have helped the story in general. I am glad that Nina returned to Tahoe, but she needs to stay put for a while. There has been too much moving, changing of partners and jobs, etc. Settle down, girl.

This was an OK book, but I know the O'Shaughnessy girls can do much better.
Mysterious Wrench
I have read every book by these authors and have enjoyed most of them with a couple of exceptions. This book is fine, interesting, and attention keeping until it comes to all the mathematics dialogue. All the lengthy dialogue from when Elliot was a very young boy and then throughout the book became tedious and caused the book to drag. In this case, less is more.
Naril
Nina Reilly is back in Lake Tahoe, Paul is out, Whitefeather is in, and Sandy reamains the same. This time out, Nina's case comes from a masseuse who wants Nina to help her uncle, whose wife was shot during a robbery in a motel, in return for free massage therapy. Nina doesn't take the deal, but does take the uncle as a client.

Add to the mix three rather bizarre mathematicians who were cheating casinos by, simplistically, counting cards at the blackjack tables. There is much written about prime numbers and various other mathematical theories and while commendable that the O'Shaughnessy sisters understand these, they certainly don't add to the book in any way. I rocked with the first foray into college math 1A, but by the continuation of the "class," I was seriously skimming through it.

These little asides seemed to slow the book considerably.

I've been a fan of the sisters since reading their first book, but this one leaves a bit to be desired and is not up to their usual 4-5 star rating. In a nutshell, I really didn't care who murdered whom or why before I was halfway through the book. I finished it out of mild curiosity and the hope that it would get better soon.

Perhaps Paul was the glue/stability that held the previous storylines together, perhaps Nina needs to "get a grip and stop dithering," perhaps this series is running out of gas - whatever the reason, this is not a must read or even a must buy.
Spilberg
love the O'Shaunghnessy's
Adokelv
This was more intense than other books in this series. Advanced math, more deaths, and a mystery that was an utter surprise at the end.
Yahm
Really disappointed by this book. I love the authors, but this was like a math textbook with some mystery added. Way too much math details.
This book had a lot of twists that made me want to keep reading.
Case of Lies ebook
Author:
Perri O'Shaughnessy
Category:
Mystery
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Delacorte Press; First Edition edition (June 28, 2005)
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390 pages
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