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Howard Books Betrayal in Paris

From the streets of Paris to the American Embassy, 28-year-old Adrienne Winters is caught in a web of intrigue with ties to the Kuwaiti resistance in the Gulf War, a Parisian terrorist cell, and a government cover-up---a story of double betrayals, a shattered family, and sibling rivalry. With backdrops taken from today's headlines---this engrossing read will have you hooked from the first chapter! 360 pages, softcover from Howard.
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Review 1 for Betrayal in Paris
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Date:November 8, 2005
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Beatriz K
One of the best books for those that like suspense and dirty CIA secrets.
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Date:September 2, 2003
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JANET CHESTER BLY
TRAITORS AND HEROESThe author opens and sifts the hearts of her characters, gripped by compromise and access to sensitive top secrets, through choices, motivations, and stubborn wills. Straight out of today's news of deadly intrigue games, the phantom tentacles of betrayal, and redemption. Competent, smooth storytelling.
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Review 3 for Betrayal in Paris
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Date:August 27, 2003
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Rissa
In Betrayal in Paris, Adrienne Winters returns to Paris to find the truth behind her tainted family name. She finds not only the truth, but also herself. I highly recommend this story of deception and lies with an underlying message of the Christian faith and its importance for ones life here on earth.
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