01/28/15 - 7:53pm
Abracadabra. Now you see it.
Now you don’t because a good magician knows to hide his props behind his fingers, beneath her clothes, in his pockets. And yet we flock to see that sleight of hand, the illusions, the chance to be awe-struck, entertained, and fooled.
Now you see it. Now you don’t. And in the new novel “The Magician’s Lie” by Greer Macallister (c.2015, Sourcebooks, $23.99, 320 pages), the only thing she’s hiding is the truth.
Officer Virgil Holt figured his life was over.