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In Body of Lies, a killer uncovers a shocking truth about Bonnie, driving a rattled Eve to take a dangerous assignment in the darkest heart of bayou country. There, at the weird behest of a shady senator, Eve rebuilds the visage of the politician's late rival, a challenge that nearly results in her murder, strains her romance with a hard-bitten detective, and uncovers a fantastic global conspiracy over energy profits and much else. Wildly ambitious, Iris Johansen's Body of Lies inspires paranoia about the rich and powerful, though it gets unwieldy when Johansen's action writing and characters don't plausibly sustain the image of a secret society hell-bent on world domination. More effective are her bright supporting characters (especially Eve's Liverpudlian protector, Galen), bursts of descriptive wit, and insights into her wounded but dogged heroine. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Loved the twists and turns right at the end. Highly recommend this book. Want to read more of this series.Published on May 14 2013 by Morwen
This novel was an excellent read. I wasn't able to put it down once. She made this book a wonderful suspense. Read morePublished on April 25 2004 by carolyn
Gosh, she's tough. She's one tough lady. We can tell she's made up her mind,and she's tough, so she won't change it. She is so tough..... Read morePublished on April 17 2004
ms. johansen weaves a great tale, but eve has got to get it together. thisis not healthy my friend! the books real good though!Published on Feb. 5 2004 by Nicole
This was by far, the worst book I have read in a number of years. It was lent to me by a friend and I have to admit, I owe him a beer because he made me promise not to burn it and... Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2004 by A. Cruikshank
I got the unabridged recorded book from the library. I kept listening to it (9 CDs!) amazed by how flat and stupid it was. Read morePublished on Jan. 11 2004
Iris Johansen, Body of Lies (Bantam, 2002)
I picked this up after having the first two chapters sent to me on the chapteraday mailing list and reluctantly allowing myself to... Read more
Iris Johansen's "Body of Lies" is a fairly entertaining novel.
The cat and mouse aspect is well done, as the hunted do not use super human powers to keep on the move. Read more