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Publisher's Summary

Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The Good Liar by Nicholas Searle, read by Martin Jarvis.
This is a life told back to front. This is a man who has lied all his life.
Roy is a conman living in a small English town, about to pull off his final con. He is going to meet and woo a beautiful woman and slip away with her life savings.
But who is the man behind the con, and what has he had to do to survive this life of lies? And why is this beautiful woman so willing to be his next victim?
©2016 Nicholas Searle (P)2016 Penguin Books
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By Anonymous User on 08-16-17

Extraordinary performance!

The narrator was a true pleasure to listen to. Briljant, as well as the story itself.

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By Amazon Customer on 11-12-16

Good performance, boring story

I listen to these books while walking to work and I have to say that this was the worst one I've experienced. I kept zoning in and out because of how boring it was and had to keep replaying chapters. Would not recommend.

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By Lucinda42 on 05-24-16

Clever, but lacks any human touch

Would you try another book written by Nicholas Searle or narrated by Martin Jarvis?

Wouldn't read anything more by this author. Contrived and superficial - and long-winded with it. He can write very suspensefully from time to time, but the central idea of this book is too thin.

Has The Good Liar put you off other books in this genre?

No.

Was The Good Liar worth the listening time?

No.

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