Reviewed for BookSneeze.I've been reading a lot of mystery fiction lately and I really think that Face of Betrayal is one of the best yet. I thought it would be a book where I would know how everything played out because the story line has been done a dozen times before, but no, it was amazingly awesome.The characters were all very unique and they each bought their own little thing to the party and it just made the whole book flow together quite nicely. I'm not sure if I have a favourite character but I really liked all three of the main characters.The mystery itself was really good, it was everything I could want in a mystery book. For most of the book Katie is missing and we don't know what has happened to her and it's just a huge pageturner because I wanted to know what happened to Katie. Then I found out and I still wanted to keep reading because I had to know more about what happened.One thing that bugged me a little bit was not all of the loose ends were tied up but I think I may have missed something or it will be revealed in a later book.The ending was pretty good as far as endings go, basically right up until the end I had been guessing because I wasn't 100% sure of what was happening, but I had guessed at the outcome, I was still a little surprised though.Overall, I really enjoyed Face of Betrayal, it was an amazing mystery that kept me guessing until the end. If you're a fan of mystery suspense thrillers then I think you'd really enjoy Face of Betrayal. I for one, cannot wait to read more from the series.
this was a very good read and I enjoyed the mystery about it. The characters were flawed and well described which I also liked. The only thing that kept me from giving it 5 stars was there wasn't as much spiritual content as I prefer in a Christian novel.