The Lie by Michael Weaver

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The U.S. president has decided to turn an international conference on human rights into the scene of his greatest triumph--but instead is taken hostage by a group prepared to kill for world peace. Paul Waters, an intelligence agent assigned to protect the president, joins forces with his lover, Kate Dinneson, to foil the plans of the extremist group and rescue American's leader. But can they stop the fanatics in time? And did the president plan his own kidnapping?

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Published November 11, 2009 by Grand Central Publishing. 394 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Political & Social Sciences, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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A labyrinthine and loopy sequel to the pseudonymous Weaver's Deceptions (1995): Here, a hunky young painter who freelances for the CIA in Europe falls deeply in love with the idealistic journalist responsible for the murder of his parents.

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In the first of many amazing plot twists, Kate becomes involved with Paulie Walters, the son of the couple she shot, an artist and covert CIA agent whose expertise and contacts in espionage prove valuable when he and Kate uncover a conspiracy to kidnap a major diplomat at the conference.

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Wallowsky appears to be trying to keep some distance from Cal, though she still responds to his flirty comments, and she also appears to be very wary of Foster, or at least, Cal's relationship with Foster.

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