Thursday, September 3, 2009

Face of Betrayal: A Triple Threat Novel

Face of Betrayal: A Triple Threat novel
by Lis Wiehl and April Henry

This book reminds me of the Women's Murder Club series by James Patterson. Instead of four main characters, there are three. One is a federal prosecutor, the second is a FBI agent and the third is a news reporter for a local TV station. This series is not set in San Francisco but further up the coast in Portland, Oregon. Seventeen-year-old U.S. Senate Page Katie Converse is home during the Christmas recess. One day she takes the family dog out for a walk and never returns. The dog is found a few days later. Was her disappearance a random act of violence or was one of the men mentioned on Katie's My Space page involved? The search for Katie is smoothly told from the perspectives of Allison the federal prosecutor, Nicole the FBI agent and Cassidy the news reporter. The plot provides lots of twists and turns. It was a fast paced and engaging read. -- recommended by Donna G. - Eiseley and Walt Branch Libraries

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