Raymond White had it all. He lived the good life.
He had a partnership in a law firm, a beautiful girlfriend and was
very close to a seat in a political office.
life took a drastic turn on the day he went to visit Congressman
Williamson at Valley Hospital. He noticed that none of Robert
Williamson's family was there - just two men in three-piece
suits. Raymond heard Roger say "promise". He wanted
Raymond to take a legal sized envelope he was holding in his
hand. It was addressed to Celeste Oliver. He wanted
Raymond to promise he would deliver the envelope and not tell anyone
about it. Raymond assumed the two men in the room were not
aware of this arrangement. Raymond didn't know what was about
to happen but he was going to be framed for murder.
spent twenty years in prison for a murder he did not commit.
He had plenty of time to think about getting even with the men who
Raymond becomes friends with an art
thief named Lester Cole who plays an important role in the things
that have happened to Raymond in the past. Together they plan
Is Raymond able to get the revenge he has planned
for such a long time?
To put it in simple terms, this novel
is full of suspense. You will start to feel it right on page
one and it continues to build throughout the book. Tim Green
does an excellent job of not letting the pace slow down. He
makes you feel like you are right there beside Raymond helping him
plan his revenge. This book is highly recommended.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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