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Special Feature:

Suggested Reading Order

Finally! A reading order that blends the Truth in Lies and That Second Chance series.

I’ve talked to many readers who don’t understand how the series fit together. It only seemed appropriate that I explain:

I was so excited about sending characters from That Second Chance series to Magdalena in Truth in Lies, that I didn’t think about the order in which they should appear or how it might confuse readers and make them skip the experience altogether...

...But a few conversations with my engineer-brained husband made me realize that a suggested reading order was necessary.

So click on the picture to see the list and print if you want.

Happy Reading, and I’ll see you in Magdalena!

Mary

 
 
 
 
 

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