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Canongate Books, May 25, 2006 - Revenge - 304 pages
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The smallest betrayal can cause the greatest harm . . .When Eva discovers her husband's having an affair, grief and rage drive her to vengeful action. Then she meets Jonas, who for the past two years has been keeping vigil beside his comatose girlfriend. Burdened with his own sinister history, he sees a chance to start afresh with Eva . . .In the tradition of Nicci French and Minette Walters, Betrayal exposes the pain of deception and how our destructive behaviour can lead to consequences far beyond our control.

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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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About the author (2006)

Karin Alvtegen was born in Jönköping, Sweden, in 1965 and had a varied career, including work in set design for film and stage, before she started to write. She won Sweden's most prestigious crime novel award, the Glass Key, in 2000 with her novel, Missing, and further acclaim with her next two novels, Betrayal and Shame. She is the great-neice of Astrid Lindgren (author of the Pippi Longstocking stories), and lives in Stockholm.

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