Caleb Pirtle III
- Title: Little Lies
- Author: Caleb Pirtle III
- ISBN: null
- Page: 150
- Format: Kindle Edition
Review by Philip J Hughey Five Stars Well written and great ending Review by Phoebe Stogstill Five Stars This is undoubtedly the best book I have read in the last ten years It all depends on what you like, and I like Deep Southy, American Gothic dramas If you have ever witnessed sanctimonious church pew warmers going at each other like cats fightReview by Philip J Hughey Five Stars Well written and great ending Review by Phoebe Stogstill Five Stars This is undoubtedly the best book I have read in the last ten years It all depends on what you like, and I like Deep Southy, American Gothic dramas If you have ever witnessed sanctimonious church pew warmers going at each other like cats fighting in a closet, and sadly some of us have, you will see why this is such a good read Even if you don t like Deep Southy, American Gothic yourself, you will probably like this anyway, for the beautiful way it is written Mr Caleb Pirtle has always had a way with words I highly recommend this page turner A small town has calmed itself as a peaceful place to live, until one day its smoldering fires of jealousy and selfish greed turn it into a blazing fire The people Their anger and anguish boils deep inside their congregation In a Presbyterian Church, their preacher is no longer looked upon as a god Filled with sex, bribery and blackmail, the gossip in the town will condemn his soul A maddening horror grips the lives of the innocent who become as demonic as the Satan they curse in their nightly prayers The preacher questions his faith, asking if it can rise above the impact from a woman with one little lie.
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*I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for sharing my honest opinion*There was something intriguing about this book that had me reading it immediately upon receiving it. It kind of put me in the mind of the thriller type books I love where you never truly know what’s going on and what’s the truth until the last page and that had me ready to dive right in.This book was uniquely its own and quite, using my own little made up word here, unputdownable. As the synopsis states, can a prea [...]
This is the first Caleb Pirtle III book I've read. It won't be my last.I was intrigued by this book for two reasons: the cover and the blurb. But once I got into the story, I was more than pleasantly surprised by not only the details Pirtle pays attention to with his storylines, but the creativity and "realness" he brings to his fiction. Pirtle writes with a certain flair. There's something in his prose and his way of fictionalizing that grabs on and stays with you until the end. Sometimes abrup [...]
Shortly into this book, we read the following sentence; “Max Gordon’s brains had been splattered against the bedroom wall, and to Nathan Locke, the wet stain looked oddly enough like a seeping icon whose pleading eyes had been hallowed out by a shotgun blast.” If that doesn’t paint a vivid picture, make you wonder, and draw you into the book, I don’t know what else does.Read More @ calibookreviews/2015/08/li
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