Face of Betrayal (Triple Threat #1)
Three fiercely smart and devotedjustice-seeking women investigate the disappearance of a Senate page connected to a philandering politician.
While home on Christmas holiday, a seventeen-year-old Senate page takes her dog out for a walk and never returns. Reporter Cassidy Shaw is the first to break the story. The media firestorm that ensues quickly ensnares Federal Prosecu...more
If you have read any nonfiction by this author you'll see some of the concerns/thoughts she has expressed elsewhere used in fiction form here. If yo...more
Warning: There is some sexual non-explicit scenes in this book.
Allison is a married attorney and a Christian who has just discovered she is pregnant with her first child. Sh...more
The premise of the story has a “ripped fr...more
Face of Betrayal is as much about the crime against Katie Converse as it is the relationship of these three women. Katie, a white house page is missing. The normal thought is she’s a teenager s...more
This review is from: Face of Betrayal (Triple Threat Series #1) (Hardcover)
This is apparently the first in a new series called the "Triple Threat" novels. The premise is very similar to James Patterson's 1st to Die (The Women's Murder Club)in that it introduces three women who become close friends and bond while solving murder cases and calming other assorted side stories of mayhem. The women include the television repor...more
There is nothing like a good mystery.
Most of the time when I read a murder/mystery, I have it figured out ahead of time and just continue reading to find out it I was right.
In Face Of Betrayal. I guessed who it was fairly early in the novel, but I wasn't sure if I was right. The author did an excellent job of keeping me guessing.
This is the first in The Triple Threat club. Three women who reunited at a high school reunion & discovered tha...more
The story is set up very much like the TV show Law and Order, I loved that. At the top of each chapter, the location and date are given to set up the scene before you start reading. What I enjoyed most about this story is the Triple Threat club whose members include Nic, i...more
Not sure at first how much religion would be included in the book, I was pleasantly surprised that the story included very natural references to each characters spirituality without being overbearing - a good addition in making the characters more believable....more
I wouldn't really call this book a suspense novel. There are moments of suspense, but the book did...more
The first thing I did...more
In this novel, there are a ton of twists and turns leading you to b...more
The main characters are three women who have been friends since high school - a prosecuting attorney, an FBI agent and a news reporter. It was interesting to read about the same case from these three different perspectives but I found it a little unrealistic that the FBI and DA would be okay...more
The crime and mystery part of the book is fantastic. What I enjoyed even mor...more
As the three women try th...more
Three professional women help investigate the crime. They laughingly call themselves The Triple Threat Club.
Allison is a federal prosecutor. It is her job to find enough evidence to indict the Senator who was Katie's mentor. Everything seems to point to him being the killer. Not only...more
In this book a Senate page, last seen as she was setting out to walk her sister's dog, is now missing. The case is receiving national attention and, maybe because of all the 24-hour cable news coverage, it has even gone worldwide. People speculate on the relationship the page had with the senator...more
Katie Converse works as a Senate Page for Capital Hill. While out walking her dog, she disappears. Fearing the worst, her parents offer up a reward.
Cassidy breaks the story of Katie’s disappearance. She believes there is something up. Her i...more
I thought the personal story line with Cassidy could have been a little better played out instead of the way Wiehl chose to conclude it, but again - didn'...more
She has also written "Winning Every Time: How to Use the Skills of a Lawyer in the Trials of Your Life" and "The 51% Minority: How Women Still Are Not Equal and What You Can Do About It."
In addition to her written work, Wiehl is currently a legal analyst for Fox News. She has been with the network since 2001.
A graduate of...more