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Deadly Betrayal
by Jude Morris Hard Shell Word Factory

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0759940797

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Who killed Alex Wyatt? And why? Was it his lover, Mikki, because he didn't want the baby she carried? Had a threat made in a moment of anger and hurt been carried out? While Kelly McWinter searches for proof of Mikki's innocence, he finds more than he bargained for and nearly loses his own life in the process. He learns Alex was a man with secrets who moved in a circle of people who also had secrets and they might have had a motive to kill. While I was reading this story, I became aware of the cleverly told moral tale contined therein, of the sharp contrast between the warm fullness of Kelly's life and the chilly emptiness of Alex's life. In that, one could almost pity the dead man and wonder if that's what lay behind his death. Talented author Jude Morris weaves a complex tale of self-serving people with their own agendas in a style guaranteed to keep you reading. A pleasant way to fill leisure time. Interesting characters fill the pages and will lead you a merry chase down false trails while you try to outthink Kelly and solve the murder before he does. Highly recommended. Enjoy. I sure did.

 

 
 

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