“You know, I read somewhere that sixty percent of us can’t go more than ten minutes without lying. Little slippages: to make ourselves sound better, more attractive, to others. White lies to avoid causing offence. So it is not like I’ve done anything out of the ordinary. It’s only human.”
Ben Daniels goes to Paris to be a journalist and visit his friend Nick from college.
Ben discovers a bit too much about Nick’s family, and how they earn their money, before he disappears. His half-sister Jess shows up for a visit, and is unable to determine what happened to Ben. As she looks for him, she discovers clues and gets in hot water herself.
An intriguing story told from several perspectives