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The Passenger by Lisa Lutz

“I’ve met my share of bad men in my day; sometimes I think I wouldn’t mind killing one or two of them, but if I did, I would feel it afterward. 418 more words


The Passenger

The Short Version: Tanya Dubois didn’t kill her husband, but when he falls down the stairs and dies, she flees the scene – but it turns out she’s been running for years, picking up names & identities and discarding them as needed. 1,174 more words


The Passenger by:Lisa Lutz

The Passenger by Lisa Lutz
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Imagine how exhausting it is to spend your entire life in performance.

Meet Tanya Dubois, Ameilia Keen, Debra Maze, Emma Lark, Sonia Lubovich, Paige, Jo and Nora Glass – the one thing that they have in common is a woman on the run for 10 years. 206 more words


The Passenger by Lisa Lutz

“In case you were wondering, I didn’t do it.”

— Lisa Lutz, The Passenger

     It’s in our nature to think about our survival when everything is at stake. 947 more words


Review: The Passenger

Book Title: The Passenger
Author: Lisa Lutz
Series: None
Genres: Mystery, Thriller, Fiction, Suspense


I’ve decided to bump this up to 4 stars for the sheer fact that I can’t stop thinking about this book. 395 more words


Beyond the Spellmans, Lisa Lutz Gets More Serious

There is something particularly anxiety producing about 0n-run-mysteries.  Lisa Lutz, the author of the weird and hilarious Spellman mysteries, continues to favor an off-kilter attack, but she tries a more serious approach in The Passenger.   164 more words


The Passenger By: Lisa Lutz

The Passenger By: Lisa Lutz


From the author of the New York Times bestselling Spellman Files series, Lisa Lutz’s latest blistering thriller is about a woman who creates and sheds new identities as she crisscrosses the country to escape her past: you’ll want to buckle up for the ride! 457 more words

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