In this first collection, Peter Kispert takes an imaginative premise—stories about liars—and spins an exceptional tapestry that questions why we lie and all sorts of the ripples (good, bad, and chaotic) which come from their store.
It is an area that is particularly…fertile explore only at that minute ever sold, but we Know you realize whom i will be has a greater aim than merely scoring points off our fabulist leaders. The collection wows with its insight, its daring, and its breadth of talent in stories that are by turns blackly comic, speculative, romantic, and wistful, Kispert toys with the ideas of personal truth, deception (of self and other), and lies from so many angles that, taken as a whole. —R. Eric Thomas