Books by Lisa Roecker

Released: Dec. 3, 2013

"Fans of the series may enjoy this conclusion. Everyone else, start with Book 1. (Mystery. 12-16)"
Readers unfamiliar with the first two books in the Liar Society trilogy will not be able to jump in at this point, as very little explanation about the circumstances behind Kate's desperate struggle against the secret society in her posh private school is provided. Read full book review >
THIS IS W.A.R. by Lisa  Roecker
Released: July 2, 2013

"The disappointingly predictable plot and characters fail to deliver on the novel's promising opening scene. (Mystery. 14-17)"
Believing that the wealthy Gregory family is involved in their friend Willa's death, a group of one-dimensional teen socialites engage in bumbling efforts to achieve vigilante justice. Read full book review >
THE LIAR SOCIETY by Lisa  Roecker
Released: March 1, 2011

Secret societies dominate a posh co-educational private school in this suspenseful, possibly supernatural mystery. One or both of those societies may be responsible for the death of a girl, or so 15-year-old Kate believes. Kate's best friend, Grace, was killed in a fire under mysterious circumstances a year earlier. When she gets an e-mail from her dead friend, Kate believes Grace is asking for justice and begins to investigate what really happened. The Roeckers populate the school with the standard drop-dead handsome rich guys and a few supermodel-style girls, but Kate finds herself more attracted to dangerous, scruffy Liam. Then there's her annoying next-door neighbor, nerdy Seth, who has an obvious crush on her. Despite the difficulties they cause, the two help her so much that at last she enlists them in her quest. Tension mounts when the trio finds secret areas in the school and starts to track down who was really responsible on the night of the fire. A final confrontation solves the mystery, but can Kate really bring the culprit to justice? And is Grace's ghost really haunting her? The authors create lively and memorable characters and keep the action moving in their lengthy whodunit; Kate's interest in Latin adds an educational element. Clearly, the Roeckers had fun writing their story. Young mystery lovers may enjoy it just as much. (Mystery. 12-16)Read full book review >