Here’s the set-up for Fingers Murphy’s Everything I Tell You Is a Lie, just $2.99 on Kindle, and FREE to Amazon Prime Members via the Kindle Lending Library:
FINALIST for Spinetingler Magazine’s Best Novella of 2011 Award
Praise for Fingers Murphy:
Fingers Murphy was recently named one of the Top 3 Indie Crime Authors by Crime Fiction Utopia.
Readers and reviewers call his work “poetic” “literate” “fast-paced and suspenseful” and “as good as it gets.” – New York Times Bestselling author Debbi Mack wrote of his debut legal thriller: “Move over John Grisham!”
Now Fingers Murphy pushes his work in a new direction with this deceptively simple novella that explores the basic question: what drives someone to kill?
The answer, like life itself, is never as simple as it seems. As a prison psychologist and his young patient peel back layers of violence, abuse, mistrust, and missed opportunities, we see a family imploding on itself and the sometimes disastrous effect parental decisions have on children.
Killers aren’t born, they’re made.
This 30,000 word novella will keep you up late to finish it in one sitting, and it will stick with you long after you put it down.
From the reviewers:
Beautiful, Powerful and Brilliant. Every once in a while a writer comes long that challenges you to think about what you have read, touches your soul or make you react in a way you couldn’t predict prior to reading their work. Fingers Murphy has crafted a story that does all three in Everything I Tell You is a Lie. – Aldo T. Calcagno
A compelling little story, full of the true-to-life details that make it seem like a real narrative about real people in a real place. I want Murphy to tackle bigger and bolder subjects with the same eye. – John Perich
Certainly much more than just something to read while sitting in an airport wasting time waiting for planes that are always late. If the order in which his books have been “published” is the order in which they have been written, Murphy is progressing as an author, and certainly has me waiting for whatever comes next. – Amorphous