Literature’s Greatest Liars

Kristy Woodson Harvey, author of Lies and Other Acts of Love, reminds us not to believe everything we read.

Great literature is littered with lies and liars. Often they take the form of unreliable narrators, guiding us astray as we follow their stories. A little white lie can form the foundation of a relationship; it can also dismantle entire lives. And some liars are better than others. Kristy Woodson Harvey, author of Lies and Other Acts of Love, introduces us to literature’s greatest liars and reminds us not to believe everything we read.

Kristy Woodson Harvey

Kristy Woodson Harvey holds a degree in journalism and mass communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a master’s in English from East Carolina University. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and son. Her most recent book, Lies and Other Acts of Love, is available now.

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About Kristy Woodson Harvey

Kristy Woodson Harvey

Kristy Woodson Harvey holds a degree in journalism and mass communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a master’s in English from East Carolina University. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and son.

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