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Publisher's Summary

There’s something wrong with this family.
Wes Shaw’s different than his siblings - darker, awkward, the perpetual ne’er-do-well. Mary Shaw’s the doting mother, showering her children with gifts from the heart and the pocketbook.
The Shaws have survived divorce and death, but something sinister is in their midst. The truth threatens to tear them apart. The lies threaten to tear them apart. Which side will each choose?
Adult language and explicit content.
©2017 Phil M. Williams (P)2017 Phil M. Williams
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By Desiree Hoffman on 12-06-17

Throughly enjoyed this book!

Great job again Mr. Williams!
It's a peek inside the life a sociopath. This book took me on an emotional roller coaster ride! I really like books that pull you into the characters. I felt real sympathy for Wes, one of the main characters of the book. His journey for truth was exciting, heartbreaking, and enlightening.
The author writes true to real life situations and isn't afraid to offend. I appreciate that in a writer, because life is sometimes offensive. I like it to be told how it is.
The narrators are top notch as well!
Another great book Phil!

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By Mystery fan on 12-11-17

This story will keep you thinking afterwards

I listen to the Audio book and also re-read some of the passages in the Kindle version.
There is some sexual situation in the beginning of the book but you really need to get past that. This book is well worth reading.
I was a bit disappointed by the ending but only because I wished for a better outcome but I have to agree that the ending is more realistic in real live then the one I would have wished for.
I think Phil Williams does a great job in describing the family members and how they relate to each other. You see Wes slowly becoming the mature adult he should be.

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