05 July 2009

Face of Betrayal by Lis Weihl

A 17 year old girl who is serving as a Senate page goes missing while she is home for Christmas vacation. Three friends, a reporter, a federal prosecutor and an FBI agent, race against time to find the young lady alive, and in the process face their own personal demons and external enemies.

This book was written from the perspective of several of the characters in the story, which is the first time I have come across this style of writing. I have since read other books written in this style and am impressed at the telling of a story smoothly using multiple perspectives. At first it was a little confusing because some of the dates are in the past, but other than that it reads smoothly. This book was easy to read and well written in terms of opening reader's eyes to how investigations affect each aspect of those involved. It was interesting to see how things work from 3 different job aspects in an investigation. Well written and keeps you wondering how it will end. Would recommend this book to others.


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