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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Face of Betrayal by Lis Wiehl

This is billed as a triple threat novel. The triple threat is FBI agent Nicole, TV reporter Cassidy and prosecutor Allison. These three cooperate and help each other in their daily work. A young woman’s murder, a stalker and a U.S. Senator are the volatile mix that creates this literary cocktail.

Ms. Wiehl created likeable characters with realistic flaws. These women are not perfect which adds authenticity to the story line. There is plenty of action and treachery in the book. Just when you think you have the plot down pat you will find yourself in a sliding skid that totally changes your direction. Abuse, homelessness and blind loyalty combine in a spicy mélange of intrigue. Betrayal is exhibited in multiple situations. I enjoyed the mystery and lament over the fragility of both life and ego.

I recommend the book.

Body of work of Lis Wiehl

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