Betrayal

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Canongate, 2005 - Revenge - 297 pages
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By the prize-winning author of Missing Eva, a dynamic, successful young mother, is forced to reassess her marriage when her husband's apathy can no longer be ignored. Then she discovers he's been having an affair with her young son's day-care teacher and her grief and rage drive her into vengeful action. Fatefully, she comes across Jonas, an isolated young man who for the past two years has been keeping vigil beside his obstinately comatose girlfriend. Burdened with his own sinister history of betrayal and his quest for acceptance, he sees a chance to start afresh with Eva. When Jonas and Eva react to redress their wrongs, the combination proves lethal...

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User Review  - Melanie Chabrol- - Goodreads

with 18 pages to go, i practically read the whole book in one day,(now i know how Mark does it). Bertayal is a book that anyone could relate to, as long as they're in a relationship. Eva a successful ... Read full review

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