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Book Talk: Lockhart, ‘We Were Liars’

The Sinclair family is different. It is part of the American oligarchy. The lives of the family members typify “old money,” steeped in tradition, isolated from the drudgery that accompanies life’s problems. Except. Well, except for the accident.


Emily Lockhart introduces the characters in “We Were Liars” (2014, 250 pages in paperback format, plus end notes and a preview of “Genuine Fraud”) with this:


“Welcome to the beautiful Sinclair family.

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