City of Lies by R.J. Ellory
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City of Lies Summary
John Harper has just made a discovery: the father he believed to be dead for more than thirty years is alive, though lying in a coma in a Manhattan hospital. Returning home to New York brings with it memories of childhood, many of them painful, and yet Harper could never have prepared himself for the truth.
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"Starred Review. Outstanding noir
Ellory's burning insight into Harper's everyman insecurities drive this thriller beyond sordid crime fiction into the darkest recesses of the human heart." - Publishers Weekly
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R. J. Ellory is the author of eight novels, including the bestselling A Quiet Belief in Angels, which was the Strand magazine's Thriller of the Year, shortlisted for the Barry Award, and a finalist for the SIBA Award.
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