Sunday read: The Betrayal
I’ve just read the first chapter of Kate Furnivall’s The Betrayal and I can’t wait to get into this one.
The first pages of this novel are tense and image-laden — filled with dripping blood, despair, collusion … and betrayal. Twin sisters, Romy and Florence, share a horrible secret about the murder of their father.
Fast-forward 8 years to Paris of 1938, when France is on the brink of entering the Second World War. The sisters are on such different paths — Romy a reckless pilot and Florence a privileged socialite. Their worlds collide as their country readies for war.
And wars within them are going to turn their worlds upside down as secrets from the past come back to haunt them.
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- The Betrayal, written by Kate Furnivall, is published by Jonathan Ball