This is a great edge of your seat action book. Three friends witness a robbery, and they suspect the police are behind it. When the police come looking, the lying begins. As the friends get deeper into their deception, they have to make some hard choices. This book is really good, because it deals with situational ethics. For example, is it right to lie if it's protecting yourself or others? I have been dealing with this recently, like is it OK to break a school rule if no one enforces it? If you have ever asked yourself a question like that, you need to read this book. I would give this book 5 out of 5 stars!