Betrayal: A Tall Pines Mystery (Tall Pines Mysteries Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Marissa and Quinn would love to have children of their own, but fate conspires against them, and when Quinn has to choose between his wife’s dreams and his Seneca heritage, there might be no right answers. Will wrong answers send Marissa running back to her first-love Sky? And will Sky betray his friend?
But this isn't the only betrayal threatened in this exciting novel. Soon the friends are united in hunting down a ruthless killer, with mystery piling on threat, and bravery—equally as complex as any duplicity—guiding a wounded girl’s steps.
Kidnap, rape and murder; loss, betrayal and forgiveness; dread, despair and hope; and healing oils all play their part, making this the strongest, darkest of the Tall Pines tales, and the most deeply absorbing. I really enjoyed it.
Disclosure: I was lucky enough to read a pre-release version.
Whom can you betray?
Your friend? Your lover? Your child?
Aaron Paul Lazar shows us different betrayals here, big and small... some dangerous, some sad...
He takes us right into the minds of some of the people doing the betraying - or being betrayed...
And all of the threads that make up these betrayals are woven together very skilfully, creating a riveting story with a very satisfying Happy Ending (Disclosure: yes, I am a sucker for Happy Endings...)