The King of Lies Reviews
"Starred Review. Hart's stunning debut, an exceptionally deep and complex mystery thriller, compares favorably to the best of Scott Turow." - Publishers Weekly.
"The King of Lies, John Hart's seething, roiling, boiling North Carolina murder story
crossbreeds enough Grisham-style intrigue and Turow-style brooding to make for a sulfurous mix. Mr. Hart's prose style keeps it bubbling, sometimes spilling over the top." - New York Times, Janet Maslin.
"In a top-notch debut, Hart's prose is like Raymond Chandler's, angular and hard. Grade: A." - Entertainment Weekly.
"A marriage of carefully crafted prose alongside have-to-keep-reading suspense." - The Denver Post.
"Spicy but not exactly nutritious." - Kirkus Reviews.
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