The Betrayal

The Betrayal Betrayed by her boss her husband and her government a U S trade official must save herself and her kidnaped daughter from the machinations of the most powerful men in the world

  • Title: The Betrayal
  • Author: Sabin Willett
  • ISBN: 9780425173343
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • Betrayed by her boss, her husband, and her government, a U.S trade official must save herself and her kidnaped daughter from the machinations of the most powerful men in the world

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    1. This book was all over the place. So much so that I actually just skimmed and even skipped over certain parts that just didn't seem to have anything to do with the story or have an effect on the outcome. It got better the further along I got in the book, but it's not a book I would reccommend to others. The dialogue was not very good or even realistic, and the writer didn't do much to make me care at all about the heroine. She came off as plain and boring, in my opinion. Her daughter, who was 12 [...]

    2. One of the most facinating books! I tried to stay up all night to reaad it, but couldn't. Incredible pace, plot, and characters. Huge bribe on an international basis, Louisa is the "cover" and then framed, daughter kidnapped, Mac (her old boss) starts investigating, the VP running mate is killed, lots of mayhem and human interest. Despite the pace of the plot, Willett still takes time for descriptions and character development. Absolutely riveting!

    3. A Deputy U. S. Trade Representative finds an envelope on hermentor's desk that is addressed to her. It contains a statement from a Swiss bank indicating a balance of $53 million and the accountis in her name. Very good story and well written.

    4. My brother in law wrote this book, but that is not the only reason I liked it. It has a strong, female lead character and is a "page-turner".

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