I am so enjoying my vacation! Finally getting CAUGHT UP!
Today I finished
The Book: Face of Betrayal is a fiction suspense novel about Katie Converse, a pretty "All American – Girl Next Door" seventeen year old MISSING Senate page. This story is about how 3 friends a reporter, a lawyer, and an FBI agent come together to solve the case in time to save the girl.
My thoughts: I like to read murder mysteries, I had not heard of this author prior to this book and I am glad I ended up liking it. It was paced well and it had a real James Patterson feel to it. I enjoyed getting to know the "friends" through out the story.
On a side note: I also thought the dated chapter titles helped a great deal in keeping a mental time-line, so to speak, since the story goes from present tense, to Katie’s final days up until she went missing. Jumping around usually drives me insane, but I did not mind it so much with this book.
Without saying too much, I will say that everything in the book was "plausible", which made it eerily enjoyable.