Two Truths and a Lie by Katrina Kittle

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Dair Canard has made up tales since she was a child. Now, as an adult, she finds herself lying at the slightest provocation, with greater and greater finesse. She has established herself as an actress, and bonded with her husband, Peyton, on the premise of her greatest lie evera fictitious twin sister who died at the age of 10. But Dair now finds herself at a point in her life where her lies threaten to avalanche. The mysterious death of a dear friend, the divorce of her parents, her increasingly serious drinking problem, and the strain of deceiving Peyton all finally collide. While attempting to sort the truth from the lies, Dair encounters a blurry line between what is real and what she has made up. As she struggles to get her life back on track, Dair learns the truth about her friends death and all her lies come tumbling down to unveil a few basic truths, one of which is that each of us has something to hide. Katrina Kittles debut novel, Traveling Light, was published in Warner hardcover in 4/00. The trade paperback edition, with a special reading group guide inside, will be published in 6/01 to tie in with Two Truths and a Lie. Kittle was featured in Publishers Weekly as one of the Best of First Fiction writers. The hardcover has more than 30,000 copies in print and received great praise from readers and reviewers.
 

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Katrina Kittle lives in Dayton, Ohio.
 
Published June 1, 2001 by Warner Books. 358 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Dair, amusing herself in a casual conversation, claimed to have a twin sister who died in childhood, a lie she would have taken back had Peyton, a believer in reincarnation, not claimed that Dair's childhood tragedy was the reason the two met.

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Peyton, Dair's tap-dancing husband, is a recovering heroin addict whose own struggle is somehow not compromised by enabling Dair.

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