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The Betrayal

By Kate Furnivall | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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'A real page-turner which puts you in France on the cusp of war from the very first page. Gripping. Tense. Mysterious. Kate Furnivall has a talent for creating places and characters who stay with you long after you've read the final word' JANE CORRY, bestselling author of Blood Sisters and My... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
01 Nov 2017
Author(s)
Kate Furnivall
Publisher
Simon & Schuster Ltd
ISBN-13
9781471155598
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Pages
400
Format
Paperback
Release Date
01 Nov 2017
Author(s)
Kate Furnivall
Publisher
Simon & Schuster Ltd
ISBN-13
9781471155598
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Pages
400

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01 Nov 2017

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Betrayal

Kate is a firm favourite author in store and reached new heights last year with her book ‘Liberation’. She doesn’t write as a series, each book is set in a different era as historical fiction. She has had an annoying habit of providing weaker endings which had affected the satisfaction in reading her books but she has nailed that now and her recent titles are strong complete stories. The Betrayal is set in 1938, pre-world war Two, Paris. Florence and romaine may be twins but they are poles apart in nature and their view of the world. apart from blood, their strongest connection is a deep dark secret from their childhood and it has set romaine on a life of recklessness that is appeased only by piloting her plane in the weightless skies.... or a bottle of whiskey. Florence lives the high life in society, enjoying the spoils of riches but keeping vigil over her vulnerable sister. They live in dangerous times and no one could foresee the dangerous clash of their worlds nor the courage needed. dark streets of Paris hold betrayals and fear as France moves closer to war and mistrust is all around. I love Kate’s use of mystery style and as each piece emerges revelation becomes clear. If you’re a fan of Kate Morton then you’ll love this too.

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