In this first collection, Peter Kispert takes an inspired 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.

In this first collection, Peter Kispert takes an inspired 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.

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