A man lies across a mule, his legs dangling as blood drips from his mouth to a red trail across the dirt. With him, a father and son he’s never met. The boy is eager to return home. The father, patient to help the stranger. An interchange of fatherly wisdom, the innocence of youth, the choices we make and the lies we tell.
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“A Short and Powerful Read”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Amazon Customer

A journey is by its nature a reflective thing. The monotony of the motions, the continued momentum forward, it fosters an environment for introspection. With luck, we may find ourselves with others. A Good Lie is the story of one of those moments. A boy asking with honesty, a father responding in wisdom. It is a conversation we all strive for, be we child or adult.

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