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, Suspense

Reviews Liar, Liar

  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Berit☀️✨
    3.5 Bright Stars🌟🌟🌟.5What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.... or does it?OK my friends that have trouble suspending belief.... warning this probably is not the book for you! It was fast paced and compelling, however there are a lot... and I mean a lot of coincidences... you just kind of have to go with it and not question anything 😝 for example in the very beginning Remmie is heading to an appointment in San Francisco when she just so...
  • Marialyce
    2 very disappointed stars. Sometimes a book just doesn't get to you in a positive manner and unfortunately this book just did not hold my interest. It was very long, repetitive and one where I found myself skimming a lot. I know Ms Jackson is a fine author but I am thinking, at least for me, this was not a stellar effort. I know there are many of my book friends who enjoyed this story. I only wish I could have joined that group of readers. All bo...
  • Selena
    I received a free e-copy of Liar, Liar by Lisa Jackson from NetGalley for my honest review.This is the first book I have ever read by Lisa Jackson. The very beginning of the book, A woman (Didi Storm), dressed to look like Marilyn Monroe, jumps to her death. Who was this Marilyn Monroe look-alike and why did she jump? What went terribly wrong that went back 22 years? Twenty two years ago Remmi, a teenager decides she is going to sneak out but whe...
  • Brenda
    Fifteen-year-old Remmi Storm was trapped inside the specially adapted boot of her mother’s car. Didi Storm had put Remmi’s siblings, babies Adam and Ariel, into the back seat of the Cadillac and headed for the Mojave desert – she had no idea her oldest child was in the boot of her car. What Remmi heard and glimpsed that night would stay with her forever. And although her mother didn’t know she had been witness to the events in the desert,...
  • 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...
  • Lisa
    An entertaining and fast-paced story of lies, deception, murder and betrayal.SUMMARYDidi Storm worked the Las Vegas strip as a celebrity impersonator. She was ambitious and always way to busy to spare much time for her daughter, Remmi. Remmi was 15 when she last saw her mother. DiDi disappeared after a horrendous night in the Mojave Desert. Remmi had hidden away in DiDi’s car that night, and had witnessed DiDi handing over one of her newborn tw...
  • Anita
    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review.I've not read any of Lisa Jackson's recent books, but I have read her in the past. She is a really good mystery-suspense author and I really enjoyed the intriguing tale that unfolds in "Liar, Liar". The beginning hooked me and the ending was seat of your pants suspense, the middle, alas, dragged a bit. The baddie and the why rem...
  • Mandy White
    This book just was not for me. It seemed so far fetched that I had trouble getting into it. I was disappointed as I was really looking forward to this one. Oh well, you out can't, love them all
  • CD {Boulder Blvd}
    I found this an OK read but it definitely was not gripping or thrilling. I had just finished a really good suspense story and Liar, Liar just didn't compare well.The characters were OK but I thought the development of a relationship between Remmi and Noah was way too fast for not really knowing each other 20 years ago either. A couple of conversations 20 years ago and a couple of days together in the present leads to exchanges of "I love you"? An...
  • Bookread2day
    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.
  • Donna
    Twenty years ago, Remmi Storm's mother Didi disappeared from Las Vegas. Didi was a female celebrity impersonator, specializing in Marilyn Monroe. Didi needed money and set up a scam to sell one of her six week old twins to his father for $250,000. That plan didn't go well. Didi left the desert that night with only one twin, an explosion, and 15 year old Remmi hiding in a hidden compartment in the old Cadillac. Didi then left the remaining twin wi...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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.
  • Hilary Grossman
    I'm a huge fan of Lisa Jackson and this book held up to my high expectations of her novels. Fast paced. Suspenseful. Hard to put down.
  • Donna Hines
    Didi Storm is a woman of many hats and many skills including a professional impersonator. She's also a woman with many different stories to tell as Edwina Maria Hutchinson.We may have a case of 'selling kids' but to imagine a parent doing so is unthinkable.Her daughter Remmi hides in the trunk of her car as she goes to meet a man. A man who takes away one of her children.Remmi has no idea the back story nor the past of her mother but she's about ...
  • Blagica
    Liar, Liar by Lisa Jackson published by Kensington Books is a great summer read for anyone who likes thrillers. Over the years I have been sadden by some of my go to authors. Their stories and characters having turned stale and leaving me yearning for the days of yore. Lisa Jackson is definitely not one of those authors. I have been reading Lisa Jackson books since I was about 15 my mom use to pick up 4-5 books for me and I would be done in less ...
  • 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...
  • Carolina Godinho
    1970-01-01 was given an ARC in exchange of an honest review.------------------------------------------------------------------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 daughter, Remmi. Shortly before she leaped from a San Fran...
  • 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...
  • Joan
    Some twenty years after Didi Storm walked out of her home, leaving her fifteen-year-old daughter, Remmi, behind, the mystery of what happened to Didi remains. And now, the just-published tell-all book about Didi has tossed the celebrity impersonator into the public spotlight once again.Then a woman dressed in Marilyn Monroe-fashion takes a dive off a nineteenth-floor hotel balcony. Since the Marilyn impression was one of Didi’s best efforts, ev...
  • 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...
  • Diane Hernandez
    Liar Liar is an engrossing study of a woman willing to do anything, regardless of the impact on her family, to achieve her dreams. Didi Storm wants riches and fame. When her acting career is derailed with a teen pregnancy, she becomes a celebrity impersonator in Vegas. Realizing she'll never be rich, she attempts a long con by giving birth to a rich man's twins and trying to get paid for the male infant. Remmi, her teenage daughter, sees it end h...
  • Jannelies
    What struck me the most in this book is the excellent way in which Lisa Jackson describes how different people can have very different views of other people. Edie/Didi is beautiful but 'difficult'. Her mother thinks she is a horrible person who doesn't care about anything, her sister thinks more or less the same, but her daughter sometimes sees the desperate child in her, and she also sees the love Didi has for her and her two newborns.An intruig...
  • 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...
  • 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...