Betrayal in Time

Julie McElwain (Author)
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Description

Sam turns to the one person in the kingdom who he believes can answer that question and solve the bizarre murder--the Duke of Aldridge's odd but brilliant ward, Kendra Donovan.

While Kendra has been trying to adapt to her new life in the early nineteenth century, she is eager to use her skills as a twenty-first century FBI agent again. And she will need all her investigative prowess, because Sir Giles was not an average citizen. He was one of England's most clever spymasters, whose life had been filled with intrigue and subterfuge.

Kendra's return to the gritty streets and glittering ballrooms of London takes her down increasingly dangerous paths. When another body is discovered, murdered in the same apparently ritualistic manner as Sir Giles, the American begins to realize that they are dealing with a killer with an agenda, whose mind has been twisted by rage and bitterness so that the price of a perceived betrayal is death.

Product Details

Price
$30.99
Publisher
Thorndike Press Large Print
Publish Date
October 23, 2019
Pages
620
Language
English
Type
Library Binding
EAN/UPC
9781432867355

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About the Author

Julie McElwain began her journalistic career at California Apparel News, a weekly Los Angeles based trade newspaper. She has freelanced for numerous publications from professional photographers magazines to those following the fashion industry. Currently, Julie is West Coast Editor for Soaps In Depth, a national soap opera magazine covering the No. 1 daytime drama, The Young and the Restless. Julie lives in Long Beach, CA.

Reviews

An unusual, absorbing tale. Well-integrated story lines involve Kendra's romance and a grief-stricken family whose son's fate is an education in the horrors of war. The highlight here, however, is the time-travel aspect, which sees FBI investigatory skills muted to match the knowledge and mores of the day.
Outstanding. With perfect pacing, McElwain holds the reader's interest from the first page to the last.-- (05/28/2019)
A much improved mystery, a touch of history, and the obligatory romance combine for a pleasing read.-- (05/28/2019)