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Face of Betrayal by Lis Wiehl
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Jun 05, 2012

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Read in June, 2009

Okay, so i had no idea who Lis Wiehl was before reading this book and i’ve still never knowingly seen her in action, but clearly she’s more than qualified to write this book, having served as a federal prosecuter and currently as a correspondant for Fox News… and i say that because two of the three main characters in this well-told novel wear those shoes… the third, a special agent at the FBI, is drawn from the pages of Wiehl’s father’s career in the FBI…

The premise of the story has a “ripped from the headlines” feel and follows the search and investigation of a missing Senate page… i guess what i didn’t realize going into the book was that it was intended for a female audience and, fortunately, there were only a few brief parts where that was really obvious… call it Law and Order meets Murder She Wrote in print and you’ll have a pretty good idea of what to expect from the book…

It will keep you guessing, it will keep you connected, it will certainly hold your attention and it will go by quickly… i do recommend the book and expect that you’ll enjoy it as well…
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