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Betrayal by Michele Kallio – 2013 Revised Edition

Posted By Claire on October 29, 2013

betrayal revisedI reviewed the first edition of Michele Kallio’s Betrayal here back in June 2012 but I wanted to draw attention to it again because Michele has published a revised edition, making significant changes to the storyline and particularly the ending. The revised edition also has a brand new cover.

All of the changes are positive ones and I enjoyed re-reading it as much as I enjoyed reading the original book the first time round. I won’t outline the changes, as that would spoil the story, but the plot is definitely tighter and Lydia’s family background is explained a bit more. Although there is a satisfactory ending, with the loose threads and questions being nicely wrapped up, Kallio still manages, with the new ending, to hold something back and leave the reader intrigued. I liked that, it worked well.

Click here to read my review of the first edition.

Here is the Amazon blurb for the new edition:

“Betrayal is the story of two women separated by thousands of miles and nearly five centuries.
Modern day Lydia Hamilton is haunted by dreams that even invade her waking hours – dreams in which she is Elisabeth Beeton, lady’s maid to Anne Boleyn. Lydia tries to ignore these vivid nightmares – until the day Elisabeth’s diary arrives in the mail. Suddenly, Lydia is caught up in the quest to uncover the truth behind Elisabeth’s betrayal.”

Book Details

Kindle version

Betrayal Paperback

Paperback version

Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
ASIN: B00ENLG9FW
Available on Amazon Kindle – Amazon.com or Amazon UK.

Paperback version
Paperback: 520 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 3, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1492300365
ISBN-13: 978-1492300366
Available on Amazon.com or Amazon UK.

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One Response to “Betrayal by Michele Kallio – 2013 Revised Edition”

  1. Thanks Claire for the wonderful review.

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