Liar, Liar by Lisa Jackson

Liar, Liar

In this riveting page-turner from #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson, a woman searches for the mother she hasn’t seen in twenty years, and uncovers a nightmare of greed and deception . . .    In death, Didi Storm is finally getting the kind of publicity that eluded her in life. Twenty years ago, the ex-beauty queen worked the Vegas strip as a celebrity impersonator, too busy trying to make it big to spare much time for her dau...

Details Liar, Liar

TitleLiar, Liar
Release DateJun 26th, 2018
GenreMystery, Fiction, Thriller

Reviews Liar, Liar

  • Carrie
    Twenty years ago Remmi was a teenager who got it in her mind she was going to sneak out one night but when her mother comes in Remmi hides in her mother’s old Cadillac in the garage. What Remmi didn’t expect was for her mother to load her newborn twins int he Cadillac and take off late at night while she was hiding in the trunk.With nothing to do but stay quiet or have to explain what she was doing up and hiding in the car Remmi holds on for ...
  • Paromjit
    Lisa Jackson writes an intense crime thriller set in the present and the disappearance of Didi Storm, an ex-beauty queen and Remmi's mother, twenty years ago. A 15 year old Remmi is left to her own devices as she is forced to take care of herself. Didi is far too ambitious and preoccupied with making it in Las Vegas as a Marilyn Monroe impersonator. Remmi hides herself in the trunk of her mother's car as Didi, with her six week old baby twins, a ...
  • Lou
    This is an excellent crime thriller with an intriguing and unique premise. Didi Storm is a washed up beauty queen and Marilyn Monroe impersonator. Remmi, Didi's daughter, witnesses a woman jumping to her death from a building in San Francisco. She had been dressed as Marilyn Monroe. Remmi is adamant that it was not her mother. To solve this mystery of who it was that jumped and why, cop Dani Settler and Remmi Storm must go back over two decades a...
  • Poppy fairy
    Hardcover. I normally get into Lisa Jackson's novels, but I'm afraid I struggled getting into this one. Just to let all fans know I haven't given up on this author I'm really looking forward to reading the next book by Lisa Jackson.
  • OutlawPoet
    So, I generally like Lisa Jackson’s books. They’re easy reads with a nice mix of romance and suspense.I just wasn’t all that into the plot on this one.It was slow and I really didn’t care whether or not they actually found out what happened to Didi. I was just kind of…bored.In addition, I felt like the reason behind everything got seriously convoluted, but still left a plot point hanging.So, this one really wasn’t for me. I’ll read ...
  • Book Him Danno
    3 1/2 out of 5 StarsFor readers looking for realism this book isn't for you.Liar Liar is a plot driven novel so back story of the characters is slim but readers catch on fast as Lisa Jackson reveals her story with the twist that take time to absorb. The Author uses duel times lines that will keep readers focused on this story. Make sure as a reader you have a quite place because you will not want to be disrupted.Liar, Liar is a story of Murder, D...
  • Kris Rafferty
    I didn’t figure out the mystery at all! Hahaha. Enjoyed this book immensely. Felt sorry for Remmi through most of the book, so I wasn’t comfortable reading this book, but it paid off in the end. Great storytelling.
  • erin holyfield
    Ugh. I am usually a huge fan of Lisa Jackson but her newest book Liar, Liar just didn't keep my attention. It felt like it took me forever to get through it and I actually skimmed most of it. Remmi Storm is 14 when her mother and 2 half siblings disappear. 20 years later someone who maybe Didi Storm (Remmi's mother) jumps out a hotel window. Dozens of characters, dozens of story lines muddy the waters of this book, trying to resolve the issue of ...
  • Melody Morris
    Liar, Liar – Lisa JacksonI was fortunate to receive this novel as an Advance Reader Copy, in exchange for an objective review.Remmi Storm has spent half of her life looking for her mother. As a child, her mother DiDi made a living as an impersonator, often dressing like Marilyn Monroe and providing her talent in various shows in an effort to support her family, including infant twins, all the while grasping for fame that seemed to be just out o...
  • Sarah
    Thank you NetGalley for the ARC of Liar, Liar by Lisa Jackson that I read and reviewed.This book was an excellent book by Lisa Jackson. I can honestly say that I was guessing from the start who the killer was and what really was going on with Didi and the twins. I loved how Jackson kept the reader on the edge and brought the story from the current time to the past and then back to the current time. It was just written so well that as a reader, I ...
  • Heather
    If I see Lisa Jackson's name on a mystery it is almost a guarantee that I will thoroughly enjoy the story. This book simply proves that theory! Technically I suppose this book is a romantic suspense but the focus is almost entirely on the mystery surrounding a woman that has been missing for twenty years. The romance is almost non-existent and really doesn't come into play until the end of the story. Even though some of the mystery takes place tw...
  • Marianne Jay
    Lisa Jackson is my go to author for mystery books. I really liked this book. It was very suspenseful. I didn’t like the characters I wasn’t supposed to like. I liked the characters I was supposed to like. The plot was awesome. I kind of figured out the ending but not completely. My only complaint ~ I like action. There was a bit too much talking and not enough suspense. I would like to thank NetGalley, Lisa Jackson and Kensington for an ARC o...
  • JoAnn
    Another homerun by Lisa Jackson. I love this author's suspense books and she did not disappoint with Liar, Liar. Well written with an edge of your seat plot and great characters. I highly recommend to fans of suspense.
  • Shannon Dyer
    Review to come at AAR.
  • Cindy
    Review to come* I was provided an ARC to read from the publisher and NetGalley. It was my decision to read and review this book.
  • James Knight
    I found this Lisa Jackson book to be a fun read (if one suspends credulity and is willing to accept a lot of coincidences that challenge logic) and certainly based on an intricate and interesting premise. Part 1 of the story is set in Las Vegas 20 years ago. Didi Storm, a B-list Vegas Marilyn Monroe impersonator and a women with a highly checkered past involving lots of shady characters, disappears without a trace after a scam gone wrong that lea...
  • Elaine Tomasso
    I would like to thank Netgalley and Kensington Books for an advance copy of Liar, Liar, a stand alone thriller set in San Francisco.The novel opens with Remmi Storm witnessing a suicide. A woman dressed like Marilyn Monroe jumps from a hotel window and Remmi fears it might be her mother, Didi, a Las Vegas impressionist who disappeared in mysterious circumstances twenty years ago. It's not Didi but who she is and why she was impersonating Didi occ...
  • Maria
    For me this is one of those authors that when you start one of their books you are unable to put it down!The story is told between the past and the present, while we discover the story of Didi Storm and the race against the clock of her daughter searching for the truth, risking her life with it.This is a thriller full of hate, betrayal and family confrontations, that will make the reader think about their parents and how much they love them. The ...
  • Robin Taylor
    A man burned to death in his car in the middle of the desert. A teen boy is shot. Disappearing babies. The fact that Remmi Storm witnesses the apparent suicide of her mother, a woman she hadn't seen in twenty years. Remmi's mother was Didi Storm, a Marilyn Monroe impersonator, someone whose career never quite reached its stride. This is all tied together, but how?What's more is that Remmi's life is at stake. What really happened twenty years ago ...
  • Sasha
    First I would like to state that I received this book through the Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review. I would like to thank the author for giving me this opportunity and honor in being able to read this book. When I received this book I began reading it at once. I really enjoy the authors writing style, the author pulls you into the book from the very beginning and makes it so you don't want to put the book down. It kept me on th...
  • Diane Saul
    As a young teen Remmi Was left to fend for herself when her Mother left, promising to return. She never shows up. Now 20 years later a book has come out about her Mom, DiDi. A woman resembling DiDi jumps off a building to her death. Is her death related to the disappearance of DiDi? A voice from the past shows up to help Remmi find out what happened to her Mother and the twins that were only a few months old when DiDi disappeared.This book has se...
  • Book Him Danno
    For readers looking for realism this book isn't for you.Liar Liar is a plot driven novel so back story of the characters is slim but readers catch on fast as Lisa Jackson reveals her story with the twist that take time to absorb. The Author uses duel times lines that will keep readers focused on this story. Make sure as a reader you have a quite place because you will not want to be disrupted.Liar, Liar is a story of Murder, Duplicity and Twist t...
  • Marj Ward
    I have never read a Lisa Jackson book I didn't like and enjoy and this one is no exception. Remmi has had no contact with her mother or infant siblings in 20 years. Remmi happens upon what appears to be a suicide. The woman is wearing one of her mother's costumes of Marilyn Monroe. Is this a publicity stunt because of a recently published book about her mother? The police (and Remmi and a friend from the past) look for answers to a lot of questio...
  • Kerry Bratton
    A woman jumps to her death. She looks a lot like washed up beauty queen Didi Storm, but her daughter is adamant: that's not her mother.To solve the mystery of who jumped - and why - Remmi Storm and cop Dani Settler have to go back to the start, to a deal conducted in the Las Vegas desert 22 years ago, which went terribly wrong...A brilliantly written stand alone. Keeps you guessing all the way through to the bitter end. I was constantly trying to...
  • Ellen White
    LIAR LIAR by Lisa Jackson. Kensington June 26 Looking up to the twentieth floor a possible suicide, Didi Storm, looking like a beauty queen, a Marilyn Monroe look alike. She was a Vegas impersonator, leaving Remmi to fend for herself. Was it really Didi, after a tell a book comes out, Noah a PI and Remmi decide to find out what really happened that night. Good mystery of a cold case, to right a wrong, and to solve. With Noah injured and waking up...
  • Brenda
    Strong characters with detailed pasts and presents mixed with twists and page-turning exploits make this a book you can't put down.As the daughter of impersonator Didi Storm, Remmi's life has been a series of difficult circumstances that only get worse when Didi disappears. A tell-all book 20 years later reopens the past creating danger for Remmi's future when she reconnects with family and a friend from her teens.I volunteered to read an ARC fro...
  • Pam Mooney
    Compelling! Lots of action and original quirky characters. I enjoy liars - it feels like a challenge and in this journey it spanned years and really made me think. The story felt real and I found myself wondering about the thought processes as if this really happened. A real suspense novel and a good read.
  • Barbara Ann
    Liar, Liar is an intricately woven tale. The crimes span 20 years. The mystery of it was slowly revealed to us. There was so many twists and turns. The suspense of it all was amazing. Lisa Jackson is a wonderful storyteller! I received an advance review copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
  • Sarah
    I'd like to thank netgalley and Kensington for an advance ebook in exchange for an honest review. I am a big fan of Lisa Jackson but with that being said, this has not been one of my favourites. I found it a bit slow but still an overall decent read.
  • Melissa Kelly
    I don’t recall reading Lisa Jackson before and I won this book on Goodreads and I have to say I really enjoyed it. I’ll be adding more of her titles to my TBR.