Face of Betrayal

Face of Betrayal

A Triple Threat Novel

Book - 2008
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A 17-year-old page who was romantically involved with a senator disappears. Reporter Cassidy Shaw, Federal Prosecutor Allison Pierce, and FBI Special Agent Nicole Hedge fight to locate her before it's too late.
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Thomas Nelson, Inc., c2008.
ISBN: 9781595547057
1595547053
Branch Call Number: FIC/WIEHL
Characteristics: 310 p. ; 25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Henry, April

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jdedit2001
Sep 28, 2010

I was intrigued enough with the mystery to see this book through to the end. Sadly, it was a waste of time. The final resolution was silly and the ending felt rushed. The book was obviously derivative of the "Women's Murder Club" series, but it lacked the compelling main characters of that series.

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TamaraTracy
Dec 07, 2009

This is one of these books that I don't know why I kept reading. It was average. I found it hard keeping track of three main characters. I honestly couldn't find any common ground with any of them. For some reason, Wiehl kept us in the dark about their backgrounds. For example, she didn't really tell us why Nicole was so secrective about her daughters father. I wanted to have a reason to like these characters. I do have to admit, she does a good job about keeping you guessing about who murdered Katie.

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