Lies I Live By (Hardcover)
Katherine Tegen Books, 9780062231987, 432pp.
Publication Date: May 31, 2016
These are the facts: My name is Callie Sinclair. I am seventeen years old. I live in San Francisco. I love my boyfriend, Charlie. I work for a secret governmental agency. I am a psychic spy. This romantic, action-packed twist on the classic spy novel is perfect for fans of Ally Carter’s Embassy Row series or for any reader who enjoys cinematic writing and stories of romance and intrigue.
At seventeen, Callie is the government’s youngest psychic spy, trained to track dangerous people and weapons in her visions. When another young—and handsome and witty—psychic joins the agency, Callie’s personal and professional lives get messy all at once. If she can’t find a way to change the events she’s seen in her visions, she could lose the people she loves most . . . and her mind. Literally.
Richly painted against the backdrop of San Francisco and Berkeley, Lauren Sabel’s enthralling novel captures the thrill of exploring a unique power in a dangerous world.
About the Author
Lauren Sabel has a master's degree in creative writing from Naropa University and currently teaches college writing courses online. She has lived in Rome, New York, San Francisco, Chicago, and London and currently resides with her husband in Boulder, Colorado.
Praise For Lies I Live By…
— Kirkus Reviews
“An X-Men-James Bond hybrid that ought to satisfy fans of high-concept mysteries.”
Praise for Lauren Sabel’s VIVIAN DIVINE IS DEAD: “AN enticing combination love story and murder mystery set against the backdrops of Hollywood and Mexico. Sabel’s story moves forward with cinematic force.”
— Publishers Weekly
Praise for Lauren Sabel’s VIVIAN DIVINE IS DEAD: “Sabel keeps the focus on action and does it well...Good, escapist entertainment.”
— Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Lauren Sabel’s VIVIAN DIVINE IS DEAD: “There are thrills and chills, both scary and romantic, as Vivian finds out the truth behind the glossy lies and falls for a darkly handsome stranger. The danger piles on fast and hard and feels real and chilling.”
— ALA Booklist