BOOK REVIEW: THE BETRAYED
Elizabeth Creay, a Washington Post reporter, died a terrible death. She was tortured and had her throat slashed. The case is now in the hands of Detective Jack Cassian and Sergeant Darious "D" Train to find the murderer. It seems the killer was a little "sloppy" in his work and left behind some evidence with a fingerprint on it. The police have an exact match for the print. It belongs to a drug dealer named Jerome Washington. This made the politicians very happy and they wanted everyone to concentrate on this one suspect. However, the police begin to wonder.
Was the killer really this careless to leave such incriminating evidence behind or does this case seem too easy and someone is trying to frame Mr. Washington? Police start to widen their search and look at other possible suspects.
To make matters a little more complicated, Creay's sister, Sydney Chapin, is determined to find out the truth about who killed Elizabeth.
What happens when the real truth starts to emerge?
David Hosp has written an exciting police procedural novel that will take you on a wild ride through the system of politics and justice. You will be kept guessing as you read along because of all the twists in the story and you will be surprised by the ending. David Hosp is one of the most promising new writers around and you will understand why when you read this book. This book is highly recommended.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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