The Perfect Fraud

The Perfect Fraud

IS IT EVER TOO LATE TO SEE THE TRUTH? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, she?s living in Sedona, Arizona with her boyfriend Cal and ducking calls from her mother. Her mom is a world class psychic on the East Coast and Claire doesn?t want her to discover the truth. Claire works in the family business and calls herself a psychic, bu IS IT EVER TOO LATE TO SEE THE TRUTH? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet C...

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Title:The Perfect Fraud
Author:Ellen LaCorte
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Genres:Thriller
ISBN:0062906097
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

The Perfect Fraud Reviews

  • Librariann
    Apr 09, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

  • Caryn
    Jun 12, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

  • Bridgett
    Jun 16, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

  • Jamie
    May 28, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

  • Brooke
    Jul 12, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

  • Kim McGee
    Apr 14, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

  • Marcy
    Jun 16, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

  • BookOfCinz
    Apr 26, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

  • Noel
    Aug 13, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

    Claire is a third-generation psychic who spends her days giving tarot readings in Sedona, Arizona. Rena is a single mom to a little girl named Stephanie, who is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment that doctors can?t seem to cure. These two women have little in common, but their li...

    4.5/5 Wow! I can't believe this is a debut Novel! This book is a mix of two genres (Mystery and Domestic Drama) and I think the author did a great job balancing the two. The story is told in alternating POV's of both Claire and Rena and you'll be on the edge of your seat as both of th...

    Is it ever too late to see the truth? The Perfect Fraud was a perfectly crafted summer reading book for me. See what I did there? Claire is a young woman who feels that she lacks the gift of being a talented psychic that has been bestowed upon her by her mother. Rena is a mother de...

    I really enjoyed this debut psychological thriller. I will say that I agree with people who told me they knew what was going on from the beginning. However, that's beside the point. This novel is more about the emotional journey and motivations of the two main characters rather than ab...

    By the title of the book and how it began, I assumed that the fraud was Claire, the psychic. A few chapters in, I sensed something was up with Rena. I actually thought that she was the one who made her sister sick when she was young. Long story short, this book kept me enthralled and I...

  • The Bookend Diner
    Jun 06, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

  • John Amory
    Jan 17, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

  • Heather
    Jun 27, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

    Claire is a third-generation psychic who spends her days giving tarot readings in Sedona, Arizona. Rena is a single mom to a little girl named Stephanie, who is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment that doctors can?t seem to cure. These two women have little in common, but their li...

    4.5/5 Wow! I can't believe this is a debut Novel! This book is a mix of two genres (Mystery and Domestic Drama) and I think the author did a great job balancing the two. The story is told in alternating POV's of both Claire and Rena and you'll be on the edge of your seat as both of th...

    Is it ever too late to see the truth? The Perfect Fraud was a perfectly crafted summer reading book for me. See what I did there? Claire is a young woman who feels that she lacks the gift of being a talented psychic that has been bestowed upon her by her mother. Rena is a mother de...

    I really enjoyed this debut psychological thriller. I will say that I agree with people who told me they knew what was going on from the beginning. However, that's beside the point. This novel is more about the emotional journey and motivations of the two main characters rather than ab...

    By the title of the book and how it began, I assumed that the fraud was Claire, the psychic. A few chapters in, I sensed something was up with Rena. I actually thought that she was the one who made her sister sick when she was young. Long story short, this book kept me enthralled and I...

    I knew early on what was happening, but this book was great until the end! I hope to read other work this author. She tells a thrilling story with really well-developed parallel character lines. Thank you, Harper Collins, for the advanced copy. I look forward to future books to review!...

    I recently read The Perfect Fraud, which is out now! TPF follows two women: Claire and Rena. Claire works as a psychic, but she doesn't really have "the gift." Rena is a single mother to a very sick little girl, Stephanie. Rena has taken Stephanie to countless doctors appointments, try...

    Editorial note: I received a copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte in exchange for a review. The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is an original story about two very different women full of equally powerful secrets. Full review can be found here: https://bookclubchat.com/books/revie...

  • Cyndi
    Jul 07, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

    Claire is a third-generation psychic who spends her days giving tarot readings in Sedona, Arizona. Rena is a single mom to a little girl named Stephanie, who is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment that doctors can?t seem to cure. These two women have little in common, but their li...

    4.5/5 Wow! I can't believe this is a debut Novel! This book is a mix of two genres (Mystery and Domestic Drama) and I think the author did a great job balancing the two. The story is told in alternating POV's of both Claire and Rena and you'll be on the edge of your seat as both of th...

    Is it ever too late to see the truth? The Perfect Fraud was a perfectly crafted summer reading book for me. See what I did there? Claire is a young woman who feels that she lacks the gift of being a talented psychic that has been bestowed upon her by her mother. Rena is a mother de...

    I really enjoyed this debut psychological thriller. I will say that I agree with people who told me they knew what was going on from the beginning. However, that's beside the point. This novel is more about the emotional journey and motivations of the two main characters rather than ab...

    By the title of the book and how it began, I assumed that the fraud was Claire, the psychic. A few chapters in, I sensed something was up with Rena. I actually thought that she was the one who made her sister sick when she was young. Long story short, this book kept me enthralled and I...

    I knew early on what was happening, but this book was great until the end! I hope to read other work this author. She tells a thrilling story with really well-developed parallel character lines. Thank you, Harper Collins, for the advanced copy. I look forward to future books to review!...

    I recently read The Perfect Fraud, which is out now! TPF follows two women: Claire and Rena. Claire works as a psychic, but she doesn't really have "the gift." Rena is a single mother to a very sick little girl, Stephanie. Rena has taken Stephanie to countless doctors appointments, try...

    Editorial note: I received a copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte in exchange for a review. The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is an original story about two very different women full of equally powerful secrets. Full review can be found here: https://bookclubchat.com/books/revie...

    An emotional roller coaster of a ride. I could not put this down and enjoyed every page. ...

  • Katherine Mary
    Jul 11, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

    Claire is a third-generation psychic who spends her days giving tarot readings in Sedona, Arizona. Rena is a single mom to a little girl named Stephanie, who is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment that doctors can?t seem to cure. These two women have little in common, but their li...

    4.5/5 Wow! I can't believe this is a debut Novel! This book is a mix of two genres (Mystery and Domestic Drama) and I think the author did a great job balancing the two. The story is told in alternating POV's of both Claire and Rena and you'll be on the edge of your seat as both of th...

    Is it ever too late to see the truth? The Perfect Fraud was a perfectly crafted summer reading book for me. See what I did there? Claire is a young woman who feels that she lacks the gift of being a talented psychic that has been bestowed upon her by her mother. Rena is a mother de...

  • Marianne
    May 10, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

  • Marti
    Jan 06, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

  • Heather Frimmer
    Jul 17, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

    Claire is a third-generation psychic who spends her days giving tarot readings in Sedona, Arizona. Rena is a single mom to a little girl named Stephanie, who is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment that doctors can?t seem to cure. These two women have little in common, but their li...

    4.5/5 Wow! I can't believe this is a debut Novel! This book is a mix of two genres (Mystery and Domestic Drama) and I think the author did a great job balancing the two. The story is told in alternating POV's of both Claire and Rena and you'll be on the edge of your seat as both of th...

    Is it ever too late to see the truth? The Perfect Fraud was a perfectly crafted summer reading book for me. See what I did there? Claire is a young woman who feels that she lacks the gift of being a talented psychic that has been bestowed upon her by her mother. Rena is a mother de...

    I really enjoyed this debut psychological thriller. I will say that I agree with people who told me they knew what was going on from the beginning. However, that's beside the point. This novel is more about the emotional journey and motivations of the two main characters rather than ab...

  • Tiffany
    Jun 23, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

    Claire is a third-generation psychic who spends her days giving tarot readings in Sedona, Arizona. Rena is a single mom to a little girl named Stephanie, who is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment that doctors can?t seem to cure. These two women have little in common, but their li...

    4.5/5 Wow! I can't believe this is a debut Novel! This book is a mix of two genres (Mystery and Domestic Drama) and I think the author did a great job balancing the two. The story is told in alternating POV's of both Claire and Rena and you'll be on the edge of your seat as both of th...

  • abdulia ortiz-perez
    Jun 16, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

  • Brat
    Jun 19, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

    Claire is a third-generation psychic who spends her days giving tarot readings in Sedona, Arizona. Rena is a single mom to a little girl named Stephanie, who is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment that doctors can?t seem to cure. These two women have little in common, but their li...

    4.5/5 Wow! I can't believe this is a debut Novel! This book is a mix of two genres (Mystery and Domestic Drama) and I think the author did a great job balancing the two. The story is told in alternating POV's of both Claire and Rena and you'll be on the edge of your seat as both of th...

    Is it ever too late to see the truth? The Perfect Fraud was a perfectly crafted summer reading book for me. See what I did there? Claire is a young woman who feels that she lacks the gift of being a talented psychic that has been bestowed upon her by her mother. Rena is a mother de...

    I really enjoyed this debut psychological thriller. I will say that I agree with people who told me they knew what was going on from the beginning. However, that's beside the point. This novel is more about the emotional journey and motivations of the two main characters rather than ab...

    By the title of the book and how it began, I assumed that the fraud was Claire, the psychic. A few chapters in, I sensed something was up with Rena. I actually thought that she was the one who made her sister sick when she was young. Long story short, this book kept me enthralled and I...

    I knew early on what was happening, but this book was great until the end! I hope to read other work this author. She tells a thrilling story with really well-developed parallel character lines. Thank you, Harper Collins, for the advanced copy. I look forward to future books to review!...

  • Marc Bougharios
    Jun 22, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

  • Aga Durka
    Jun 20, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

  • bookedconfidential
    Apr 01, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

  • Diana Iozzia (Bookworm Banter)
    May 28, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

  • Dennis
    May 03, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

  • j e w e l s
    May 21, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

  • Reading Mama
    Jun 13, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

    Claire is a third-generation psychic who spends her days giving tarot readings in Sedona, Arizona. Rena is a single mom to a little girl named Stephanie, who is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment that doctors can?t seem to cure. These two women have little in common, but their li...

    4.5/5 Wow! I can't believe this is a debut Novel! This book is a mix of two genres (Mystery and Domestic Drama) and I think the author did a great job balancing the two. The story is told in alternating POV's of both Claire and Rena and you'll be on the edge of your seat as both of th...

    Is it ever too late to see the truth? The Perfect Fraud was a perfectly crafted summer reading book for me. See what I did there? Claire is a young woman who feels that she lacks the gift of being a talented psychic that has been bestowed upon her by her mother. Rena is a mother de...

    I really enjoyed this debut psychological thriller. I will say that I agree with people who told me they knew what was going on from the beginning. However, that's beside the point. This novel is more about the emotional journey and motivations of the two main characters rather than ab...

    By the title of the book and how it began, I assumed that the fraud was Claire, the psychic. A few chapters in, I sensed something was up with Rena. I actually thought that she was the one who made her sister sick when she was young. Long story short, this book kept me enthralled and I...

    I knew early on what was happening, but this book was great until the end! I hope to read other work this author. She tells a thrilling story with really well-developed parallel character lines. Thank you, Harper Collins, for the advanced copy. I look forward to future books to review!...

    I recently read The Perfect Fraud, which is out now! TPF follows two women: Claire and Rena. Claire works as a psychic, but she doesn't really have "the gift." Rena is a single mother to a very sick little girl, Stephanie. Rena has taken Stephanie to countless doctors appointments, try...

  • Kim ~ It’s All About the Thrill
    Jun 17, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

  • Cassie-Traveling Sister-
    Jun 07, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

  • Bookreporter.com Mystery & Thriller
    Jun 25, 2019

    TWO STARS Okay, listen up you Jodi Picoult fans out there!!! I've got the book for you! The Perfect Fraud is full of medical drama and motherhood angst. All I kept thinking was Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult. Unfortunately, I'm not a fan of Jodi Picoult's style of writing...

    Disturbing yet...I could not put this down! I flew through this book and I must say it certainly stirred up a wide array of emotions in me. Rena spends most of her days desperately searching for ways to help her chronically ill daughter Stephanie. It doesn't matter how many speciali...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? is a domestic fiction novel rather than a thriller, but it still kept me captivated and quite anxious while reading it. I did figure out what is going on early in the book, but I wanted to keep reading and I was fully engaged in the story. This book was equally ...

    Ellen LaCorte's upcoming thriler The Perfect Fraud is a fun, light mystery, that is perfect for anyone who likes Alafair Burke. I won't provide too much of a review, but if you are a seasoned thriller connoisseur like I am, this book is a little too predictable. LaCourte's writing is...

    The Perfect Fraud had me going the entire time, even though I basically figured out the ending from the first 60 pages. I think that is the marking of a good book, when you "know" the ending but you still have a need to see exactly how it played out- cudos Ellen LaCorte. In The ...

    Well, hello there, Captain Obvious! If you've never read a mystery/suspense novel before, don't fear...you'll still be able to figure this one out during the first chapter. This book aggravated me on so many levels. Rena, the mother of the seriously ill child, is made to look like...

    3.75 stars The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte is a slow burning drama thriller about two women who are living two seperate lives meet on a plane, and how this coincidental encounter will change thier lives. Claire is a psyhic, or that's what everyone thinks. She fools her custom...

    A unique take on domestic fiction comes in the form of potential psychics and hysterical mothers. We meet Claire, working as a psychic but knowing she is a total fraud (gotta make a living somehow)...but all that seemingly changes when she meets Rena and her daughter Stephanie on an ai...

    ?The Perfect Fraud? Written by Ellen Lacorte Review by Diana Iozzia I have not been so fascinated and horrified by a psychological thriller in at least a few months. ?The Perfect Fraud? has two parallel plot lines, from two very different characters. However, once the two ...

    I received this book for honest review. ? Review ? Finish this awesome book last night. What can I really say really. I'm giving it 4.5 stars ????? and that because it was some what a thriller you could say. I felt that it more emotional read for me. Half way ...

    That I stayed up late to finish this says more about how my taste totally goes out the window with BAD MOTHER THRILLERS. Total lack of nuance, set up like a suspense novel but so poorly built as to be a Lifetime movie, yet I could not stop gawking at this train wreck. This BAD MOM ...

    THE PERFECT FRAUD is a thriller I immediately figured out, and yet I was compelled to finish it in 24 hours. I needed to know what would happen to these characters and enjoyed seeing the artifice slowly fall away as the chapters continued. LaCorte does a good job of exploring how child...

    This book is Ruth Ware meets Scary Mommy. It's propulsive, dark, character-driven suspense. ...

    Ok everyone move this book up on your shelf and get ready for your next binge read!!! I sat down planning on reading a few chapters and next thing I know it?s been two hours and I couldn?t stop! Claire is not a psychic even though her mother is known and famous for being one. Only ...

    3.5 Yikes, that was sad and creepy. The writing is good on this one. The passages narrated by Claire made me chuckle at times, she?s very real. Rena is a nightmare, just so horrible. The whole psychic thing always interest me. I think you are a person that?s open to that so...

    The Perfect Fraud by debut author Ellen LaCorte is one of those novels that you can't say too much about without giving away all the twists and turns. But here is what we know: Rena is the mother of a very sick little girl. So sick, in fact, that no one, even the best doctors in the co...

    Review & giveaway on my blog: http://www.thebookwhisperer.org/2019/... ...

    ?The crown falls heavy on the head of the person who doesn?t want it or feels its undeserved.? Fast paced thriller told from two perspectives, one being an unreliable character. This is a pretty predictable story, especially for someone who normally reads from the genre. The...

    What a creepy sad story. Highly recommend ...

    I found the writing too disjointed. sorry. ...

    Thank you to HarperCollins Publishing for gifting me an advanced copy of The Perfect Fraud by Ellen LaCorte. This book is set to be released on June 18th, 2019. Is it ever too late to see the truth? Motherhood is tough. But then, so is daughterhood. When we first meet Claire, ...

    Claire is a third-generation psychic who spends her days giving tarot readings in Sedona, Arizona. Rena is a single mom to a little girl named Stephanie, who is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment that doctors can?t seem to cure. These two women have little in common, but their li...