Sunday, January 12, 2020

J. T. Ellison

In J. T. Ellison's new thriller, Good Girls Lie, Ash Carlisle leaves the U.K. after the death of her parents to attend the Goode School, a prep school for young women located in a small Virginia town that is a stepping stone to the Ivy League. Initially unprepared for the mean girls and the hazing, things get worse when students start dying...and suspicion falls on Ash.

Recently I asked Ellison about what she was reading. Her reply:
I’m deep into a wonderful upcoming title from New York Times bestseller Ariel Lawhon, Code Name Hélène, a historical fiction of the dynamic spy Nancy Wake. It’s fabulous not only because I love reading about her exploits in the field, dropping behind enemy lines with her lipstick fresh and her handbag clutched to her side, but also the deep, abiding romance between she and her husband. We get to see them meet, fall in love, and eventually, work together to defeat Hitler. Just a superb example of top-notch historical fiction by a stellar author hitting her stride in the genre.
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My Book, The Movie: Good Girls Lie.

The Page 69 Test: Good Girls Lie.

--Marshal Zeringue