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Yosemite Lies review: ‘A riveting tale about friendship and betrayal’ (Kirkus)

The first reviews are in for Yosemite Lies, my new mystery-thriller that’s now available on Amazon.

Kirkus Reviews dubbed the novel “a riveting tale about friendship and betrayal.”

The story is about a getaway to Yosemite National Park’s vast and rugged backcountry that turns life-threatening when two women camping alone realize they are being stalked—and long-hidden secrets pose new perils.

“Everyone hiking in Yosemite seems to have secrets,” Kirkus wrote in its review.

In Yosemite Lies, best friends Kate and Veronica welcome the escape as Veronica copes with a brutal divorce that jeopardizes her role in the company she founded with her husband. Yet a sense of menace looms from the outset. A handsome hiker with a mysterious past triggers alarms for Kate. An encounter with two aggressive strangers drives the women deeper into the wilderness.

When the danger ratchets up, Kate must discover who means to harm them—while seeking the courage to save herself and Veronica in a page-turner that will keep readers guessing until the end.

“Catron’s gripping story delivers a lot of intriguing twists and turns, and the big reveal is a shocking one,” Kirkus wrote, adding, “Readers will enjoy the thrilling action.”

You can order Yosemite Lies through Amazon in hardcover, paperback, and e-book formats. The book is a bargain in any version: $24.99 for hardcover, $14.99 for paperback, and just $4.99 for the e-book. Click this link to order today.

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