From the opening sentence of THE TRUTH THAT LIES BETWEEN, it’s clear that Case is a narrator with a story to tell. In this remarkable book that puts me in mind of STAND BY ME, Case captures a time and place and the deep currents of friendship and shared secrets. The narrator’s voice is clear and true. For those who love Southern literature, this is a must read. Grab a glass of iced tea or a drink, kick back, and travel through the coils of time to feel the repercussions of past events. This is a book that highlights how experience shapes us all, for good or bad. Highly recommended.
W.D. McComb skillfully shows us that it’s not so quiet down on the farm. THE TRUTH THAT LIES BETWEEN is a coming of age story about three Mississippi boys and close friends who must explore their own strengths and fight their own demons—while seeking the truth to save themselves. McComb masterfully takes the reader on a spinning ride of emotions, mystery, plot surprises, and character redemption. A detailed, often unpredictable story, the novel draws readers deep into the minds of its characters and immerses them in the unique richness of the South.