The lying game 5 cross my heart hope to die
Cross My Heart, Hope to Die (The Lying Game, #5) by Sara ShepardITS NOT EASY BEING ME.
BUT MY TWIN SISTER HAS NO CHOICE.
When I died two months ago, my killer told my twin sister to become me - or else. Now Emma has it down to a T. She tosses her hair with the signature Sutton Mercer flip and can lead a Lying Game prank with the best of them. Shes even repairing my relationship with my adoptive family. The only thing she hasnt done is solve my murder.
Then our birth mother, the woman who abandoned us, showed up in Tucson. Emma hasnt seen Becky in twelve years, but Becky recognizes Emma immediately - as Emma. Is it mothers intuition... or does Becky know Im already gone?
The Lying Game #5: Cross My Heart, Hope to Die
View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Ever since Sutton Mercer's murderer tricked her long-lost twin, Emma, into coming to Tucson, Emma has been trying to solve the mystery of Sutton's death. And now someone else is back in town—Becky, Sutton and Emma's birth mother. As Emma gets closer to discovering what exactly happened the night Sutton was killed, she learns that Becky isn't all that she seems. Turns out Sutton wasn't the only Mercer girl with dark secrets.
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Also available as: Audiobook. Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. Ever since Sutton Mercer's murderer tricked her long-lost twin, Emma, into coming to Tucson, Emma has been trying to solve the mystery of Sutton's death. And now someone else is back in town—Becky, Sutton and Emma's birth mother. As Emma gets closer to discovering what exactly happened the night Sutton was killed, she learns that Becky isn't all that she seems.
Cross My Heart! By Pinhead1If you have made it through the first four novels in this series, you might feel as if you are in the middle of a shaggy dog story. Emma and her ghostly shadow Sutton have continually identified a suspect in Sutton's murder, become absolutely convinced of said suspect's guilt, and ultimately cleared said suspect and moved onto a repetition with a new candidate. The books are wellwritten, and Sara Shepard does an excellent job of ratcheting up the suspense each time. Unfortunately, the existence.