Monday, July 11, 2011


"Cathi Stoler takes readers on suspenseful transatlantic journey of deceit, betrayal and heroism. There is a new crime writer on the block, with a fully realized cast of characters and all the mayhem they can bring."
--David Simon, Creator of Treme & The Wire

"Telling Lies is a gripping, suspenseful read packed with memorable characters and deft twists and turns."
--Judith Kelman, Freelance Journalist and Author of 16 novels, including Summer of Storms, Winner of the 2002 Mary Higgins Clark Award for Best Suspense

"Telling Lies tosses two feisty and impetuous heroines into a crisp salad of financial scam, Nazi art looting, law enforcement rivalries, and post-911 identity fraud against a glamorous backdrop of Florence and New York, with a MacGuffin that the reader can't help wishing really existed."
--Elizabeth Zelvin, two-time Agatha Award finalist

"A fast-paced tale of art, espionage and murder set against the backdrops of Italy and New York, Telling Lies grabbed my attention from page one. With her knack for compelling characters and storylines that are anything but predictable, Cathi Stoler establishes herself as an author to watch."
--Camille Noe Pagan, author of The Art of Forgetting

"A priceless painting stolen during WWII, a man missing on 9/11, and a love affair gone awry--add up to a thriller not to be missed!"
--Robin Hathaway, Author of Sleight of Hand

"Cathi Stoler brings the jet-setting world of shady high-end art collectors to life with skillful strokes in Telling Lies. Don't be surprised if you find yourself booking a trip to Italy when you reach the last page of this satisfying thriller."
--Peggy Ehrhart, author of the Maxx Maxwell mysteries

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