Ensconced in Lit was murdered yesterday and her body has been found on Twitter. Yep, you read that right--Twitter. Apparently the killer made off with a super-epic LIARS, INC. prize pack and now everyone thinks maybe it was me. Well guess what, it wasn't me because Ensconced in Lit is one of my best twitter buddies. We even go out for coffee! But on that night I wasn't with her. I headed home from work to grab my laptop so I could meet some local writers at the coffee shop. I was there writing until about 9pm when I headed home and snuggled up with my dog.
I mean... how could anyone with a dog that cute murder a friend? Will you help prove my innocence? Head over to Paula Stokes's blog for all the information about the crime. If you can figure out who the real killer is and how they did the deed, Paula is going to award YOU the super-epic LIARS, INC. prize pack, which includes a hand-painted tote, a signed book, a deluxe swag pack, and additional mystery prizes. Come to think of it, I might just have to do a little investigating myself. After all, that prize pack is kind of to die for.
Or should I say to kill for...
#MysteryTwitterTheater was created to celebrate the release of LIARS, INC. a twisty YA mystery/thriller!
For fans of Gone Girl, I Hunt Killers, and TV's How to Get Away with Murder.
Max Cantrell has never been a
big fan of the truth, so when the opportunity arises to sell forged
permission slips and cover stories to his classmates, it sounds like a
good way to make a little money and liven up his senior year. With the
help of his friends Preston and Parvati, Max starts Liars, Inc. Suddenly
everybody needs something and the cash starts pouring in. Who knew
lying could be so lucrative?
When Preston wants his own cover
story to go visit a girl he met online, Max doesn’t think twice about
hooking him up. Until Preston never comes home. Then the evidence starts
to pile up—terrifying clues that lead the cops to Preston’s body.
Terrifying clues that point to Max as the murderer.
Can Max find the real killer
before he goes to prison for a crime he didn’t commit? In a story that
Kirkus Reviews called "Captivating to the very end," Paula Stokes starts
with one single white lie and weaves a twisted tale that will have
readers guessing until the explosive final chapters.