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True Fiction (Ian Ludlow Thrillers #1)

#1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Goldberg hits the ground running in a breakneck thriller where truth and fiction collide for the unluckiest writer alive.When a passenger jet crashes onto the beaches of Waikiki, bestselling thriller writer Ian Ludlow knows the horrific tragedy wasn't an accident.Years before, the CIA enlisted Ian to dream up terrorism scenarios to prepare the government for nightmares they couldn't imagine. Now one of those schemes has come true, and Ian is the only person alive who knows how it was done...and who is behind the plot. That makes him too dangerous to live.Ian goes on the run, sweeping up an innocent bystander in his plight--Margo French, a dog walker and aspiring singer. They are pursued by assassins and an all-seeing global-intelligence network that won't stop until Ian and Margo are dead. Ian has written thrillers like this before, but this time he doesn't know how it's going to end--or if he will be alive to find out....

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True Fiction Ian Ludlow Thrillers A Goodreads Top Thrillers of Spring Selection Goldberg has crafted a clever, silly, and exciting thriller that showcases a love for the genre and the world True Fiction Ian Ludlow Thrillers Book Kindle Edition True Fiction Ian Ludlow Thrillers Book Kindle edition by Lee Goldberg Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features Lee Goldberg Wikipedia Lee Goldberg is an American author, screenwriter, publisher and producer known for his work on several different TV crime series, including Diagnosis Murder, A Nero Lee Goldberg New York Times Bestseller Author New York Times bestselling novelist Lee Goldberg, author of the Ian Ludlow thriller True Fiction, the Monk books, co author of The Heist The Job with QQ qq

True Fiction (Ian Ludlow Thrillers #1) Reviews

  • Dee Arr

    “True Fiction” was my introduction to author Lee Goldberg. I had never read any of his previous books (nor seen any of the television shows he had written), so I had no idea what to expect.

    My first reaction was that this book was an over-the-top, totally unbelievable story written by a new author (hadn’t yet seen Mr. Goldberg’s extensive bio) who had spent way too much time searching the Internet for conspiracy stories. As I continued to read, it dawned on me that the author had penned an incred

  • Boyd

    Derivative and weak

    Skimmed 2/3 of the book and didn't miss anything. If this was supposed to be humorous it failed. It was frustrating that a "editor" liked it enough to make it a recommended book for the Amazon read first program. That's 3 hours of my life I won't get back, but at least it was free.

  • Kevin

    Ian Ludlow is hoping to work on his next thriller while on his book promotion tour. He sees an airliner crash down on the beaches of Hawaii and realizes he may have caused the event. Years before he wrote scenarios for the CIA showing creative methods terrorists could attack the US. Suddenly he realizes the two near death accidents he had are the CIA trying to kill him.

    I enjoyed the first half but I felt this one lost its way.

  • Angela Neary

    Action packed and hilarious. This line says it all, “The books were about Michael Sang, an ex-priest turned assassin and restaurateur, who was an expert in all the martial, erotic, and culinary arts.” Don’t miss this witty, tongue in cheek page-turner.

  • Mary Shotliff

    Very boring

    A story inside a story of which neither one were interesting. I will not read another book from this author

  • Paula

    Highly credible fiction

    Given the state of affairs in the world currently, there's not one concept in this book that I found unbelievable.

    It hurts to say that, frankly, because good fiction should be at least partially incredible. This IS good fiction, but all too credible.

    Well, except for the half man, half plant cop...

    Fast pace, likeable and detestable characters, an all-too-believable plot and viola! A great story.

  • Rachel Sampson

    Excellent theatrical spy espionage novel

    I loved this book. It kept me guessing, had a bit of conspiracy theories (which I love) intertwined, a bit of spy chase scenes and CIA assassins, and a bit of sarcastic character dialogue. All was well done by the author. Enjoyed reading this on vacation.

  • Tulay

    Fun to read.

    If you're looking for real true fiction book, this isn't the one. Silly, somewhat eccentric story. Dog walker is his driver, successful writer is being driven around for book signing events. His terrorist scenario he wrote during the CIA event becomes real, and he's being hunted. Couldn't stop laughing in some parts.